India has created history by getting all the countries to agree on the manifesto of the G20 summit held in New Delhi. Neighboring country China has also been impressed by this diplomatic success of India. China on Monday (September 11) said the G20’s New Delhi declaration gave a “positive signal” that the member countries of this influential group are coming together to tackle global challenges and achieve economic recovery.
India scored a major diplomatic breakthrough on Saturday (September 9) when the G20 summit chaired by it adopted a unanimous declaration on the Russia-Ukraine war, overcoming major differences. At the conference, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for ending the “global trust deficit”.
Praise for New Delhi manifesto
When Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning was asked at a media briefing here how Beijing viewed the outcome of Sunday’s G20 summit, she said the declaration indicated that the G20 countries joined hands to deal with global challenges. Which is giving positive signals to the world on economic recovery.
Mao Ning said, “During the preparation process, China also played a constructive role and gave importance to the concerns of developing countries and supported a favorable outcome for global shared development.” Chinese Premier Li Keqiang replaced President Xi Jinping. Participated in the summit.
‘China supports G20’
Mao said that China has always attached importance to the G20 group and supports its work. “We support the G20’s solidarity and cooperation in addressing risks to the world economy and various development sectors,” he said.
Giving information about the efforts of Chinese Prime Minister Li Kiang during the conference, Mao said, “He supported that all countries should adhere to the basic aspiration of solidarity and cooperation, take up the responsibility of the present time and work towards global economic recovery.” There is a need to promote openness, cooperation and favorable partnerships for sustainable development.”
How powerful is G20?
G20 member states represent approximately 85 percent of global GDP, more than 75 percent of global trade and nearly two-thirds of the world’s population.
The group includes Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, Britain, the US and the European Union. On Saturday, the African Union was included as a permanent member of the G20.