Friday, September 22, 2023

The global media raised questions on the G20 conference in India, the possibility of failure

It would be a shame not to issue a joint statement, Al Jazeera

Global media has raised questions regarding the G20 conference starting today in India and there is a possibility of failure of the conference. Arab TV Al Jazeera raised the question that what will happen if India fails to issue a joint declaration of the conference.

The G20 is considered a very powerful group in the global economy as the countries involved in it control 80% of the world’s gross domestic product. Its summits are always considered important for the world.

But this time the shadow of failure is hanging over the conference held in India on September 9 and 10.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin are not coming to the conference. The President of Mexico is not coming, while the arrival of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is also doubtful. The Chinese president has decided not to attend the first Barji 20 conference.

Al Jazeera TV has raised the question that ‘will a divided G20 conference in India be found on the global agenda?’

In one of its reports, Al Jazeera said, “If India fails to issue a joint statement at the end of the G20 meeting due to differences between the leaders, this will be the first time such an embarrassing situation will arise.”

One of the major reasons for the failure of the G20 conference is the war in Ukraine.

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According to Al Jazeera, after India became the president of the G20 in December, it has not been able to create any consensus at the G20 level in this regard and the result is that the G20 working group that has been holding meetings in India for the past several months. No documents could be released on the work of the groups.

Therefore, the September 9-10 conference is the ‘last chance’ for India to perform.

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