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G20: Participating leaders reach consensus, adopt New Delhi Declaration
Photo Courtesy: Narendra Modi Twitter page

G20: Participating leaders reach consensus, adopt New Delhi Declaration

| @indiablooms | 09 Sep 2023, 05:28 pm

In a big win for India's G20 Presidency, the leaders of the grouping on Saturday reached a consensus on the 'New Delhi Declaration.'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday announced that G20 had received consensus on a leaders' declaration.

"Have just got the good news that due to the hard work of our teams and your cooperation, a consensus has been reached on the New Delhi G20 Leaders Summit Declaration," PM Modi said while addressing the second session of the Leaders' Summit here on Saturday.

Taking to 'X', India's Sherpa to G20 said that G20 under India's Presidency has been the most ambitious in the history of G20 presidencies.

"With 112 outcomes and presidency documents, we have more than tripled the substantive work from previous presidencies," he further said.

The G20 Summit began in New Delhi on Saturday.

Top world leaders, including US President Joe Biden, are attending the event.

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