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On November 8, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reveal the logo and theme for India’s G20 presidency, which will reflect the nation’s message and overriding priorities to the globe.
On November 8, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reveal the logo and theme for India’s G20 presidency, which will reflect the nation’s message and overriding priorities to the globe.
Following Indonesia’s hosting of the G20 Summit in Bali on November 15–16, the nation will take over as the organization’s president on December 1.
The logo, theme, and website for India’s G20 presidency will be unveiled by the prime minister via video conference on Tuesday at 4.30 pm, the external affairs ministry announced on Monday.
According to the ministry, India’s upcoming tenure as G20 president will mark a “major milestone” in the development of the nation’s foreign policy toward the prime minister’s goal of “undertaking leadership positions on the world stage.”
“India has a special chance to contribute to the global agenda on urgent issues of international concern thanks to the G20 presidency. The message and overall priorities of India would be reflected in the G20 presidency’s logo, theme, and website, the ministry said.
The G20, which includes almost 85% of the global GDP, more than 75% of global trade, and roughly two-thirds of the world’s population, is the foremost forum for global economic cooperation.
India will host over 200 meetings in 32 different sectors throughout the course of its G20 chairmanship at various places all throughout the nation. The G20 Summit, which India will host in September 2023, would be one of the most important international events ever held in the nation.

Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union are the G20’s members. Spain has also been invited as a frequent visitor.
During its presidency, India has hosted guests from Bangladesh, Egypt, Mauritius, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Oman, Singapore, Spain, and the United Arab Emirates.
Global macroeconomic policies, infrastructure funding, international financial architecture, sustainable finance, financial inclusion, health finance, international taxes, and financial sector reforms are the eight focus areas of the G20’s finance track.
When India obtains the G20 chair, new digital payment mechanisms like crypto-assets and cryptocurrencies are expected to be a major topic on the finance track’s agenda.
The anti-corruption, agriculture, digital economy, employment, ecology and climate, education, energy transformation, health, and trade and investment will be the main topics of the sherpa track.

PM Modi will present the logo and theme for India’s G20 chairmanship.

ByJosh Taylor

Nov 8, 2022

On November 8, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reveal the logo and theme for India’s G20 presidency, which will reflect the nation’s message and overriding priorities to the globe.
On November 8, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reveal the logo and theme for India’s G20 presidency, which will reflect the nation’s message and overriding priorities to the globe.
Following Indonesia’s hosting of the G20 Summit in Bali on November 15–16, the nation will take over as the organization’s president on December 1.
The logo, theme, and website for India’s G20 presidency will be unveiled by the prime minister via video conference on Tuesday at 4.30 pm, the external affairs ministry announced on Monday.
According to the ministry, India’s upcoming tenure as G20 president will mark a “major milestone” in the development of the nation’s foreign policy toward the prime minister’s goal of “undertaking leadership positions on the world stage.”
“India has a special chance to contribute to the global agenda on urgent issues of international concern thanks to the G20 presidency. The message and overall priorities of India would be reflected in the G20 presidency’s logo, theme, and website, the ministry said.
The G20, which includes almost 85% of the global GDP, more than 75% of global trade, and roughly two-thirds of the world’s population, is the foremost forum for global economic cooperation.
India will host over 200 meetings in 32 different sectors throughout the course of its G20 chairmanship at various places all throughout the nation. The G20 Summit, which India will host in September 2023, would be one of the most important international events ever held in the nation.

Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union are the G20’s members. Spain has also been invited as a frequent visitor.
During its presidency, India has hosted guests from Bangladesh, Egypt, Mauritius, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Oman, Singapore, Spain, and the United Arab Emirates.
Global macroeconomic policies, infrastructure funding, international financial architecture, sustainable finance, financial inclusion, health finance, international taxes, and financial sector reforms are the eight focus areas of the G20’s finance track.
When India obtains the G20 chair, new digital payment mechanisms like crypto-assets and cryptocurrencies are expected to be a major topic on the finance track’s agenda.
The anti-corruption, agriculture, digital economy, employment, ecology and climate, education, energy transformation, health, and trade and investment will be the main topics of the sherpa track.