Putin and Jinping Skip G20 Summit; Foreign Minister Speaks Out, Says ‘It doesn’t matter which country sends whom to this conference…’

G20 Summit

G20 Summit: India is prepared to lead the G20 Summit. In a few days, prominent politicians from all around the world will visit Delhi. Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, and Xi Jinping, the president of China, will not attend this conference. Joe Biden, the vice president of the United States, will visit India on Thursday.

Indian External Affairs Minister’s Perspective on Absentee Leaders at G20 Summit

External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar commented on Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping’s absence from the G20 summit in Delhi, saying that he believes that if we look into the past, at various occasions at the G20 summit, some President or prime minister has He personally has chosen not to go for some reason, but whoever is that nation’s delegate at the time presents his nation and its circumstances. S Jaishankar further said that it does not matter which country sends whom to this conference, what matters is what is the stand of that country. We will have to wait and see what actually happens in the talks.

PM Modi’s Vision for Inclusive Development

This year, from Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh, the G20 Summit was effectively organised. PM Modi stated a few days ago that his administration’s choice to hold G-20 meetings across the nation is an investment in the development of people, cities, and institutions’ capacity. S. Jaishankar, the minister of external affairs, criticised the opposition for challenging the scope of the G20 activities.

S. Jaishankar Defends Modi’s Vision for Inclusive G20 Summits

He claimed, in an apparent dig at the Congress, that earlier administrations had held large gatherings exclusively in Delhi. If someone had previously believed that he felt at ease holding meetings in Delhi, specifically in Lutyens’ Delhi, then that is his own belief. However, the present administration is unique. This is a new time period. The minister for external affairs stated that Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants the entire nation to feel a sense of ownership and participation in the G20. The G20 should be viewed as a national undertaking in which all regions of India should feel a feeling of engagement. He claimed that certain people are trapped in the year 1983 in reference to the opposition leaders. Those who are still in that stage are free to stay there. The current administration operates with a democratic philosophy.

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