Center G20 Summit One Month Away: Reviewing Preparations and Priorities

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With one month left until the G20 Summit, the Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, P.K. Mishra, held a meeting on Tuesday to review preparations for the two-day summit and outcomes of the Sherpa and Finance tracks. India’s G20 Sherpa Amitabh Kant reported that 185 meetings, including 13 ministerial-level meetings, had been held, resulting in 12 outcome documents and 12 other deliverables being adopted with consensus. The meeting also discussed India’s presidency priorities, including green development, accelerating Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), sustainable and inclusive growth, digital public infrastructure, gender equality, and multilateral institutions reform. The Secretary of the Department of Economic Affairs reported significant progress in the finance track, including the agenda on crypto assets, financial inclusion, climate finance mobilization, and finance for SDGs. The Information and Broadcasting secretary mentioned that over 3,200 mediapersons, including 1,800 foreign journalists, had registered for the September 9-10 summit. The meeting also reviewed security arrangements, traffic management, and beautification drives with government and police officials. It was emphasized that a “whole of government approach” was crucial, and with one month remaining, precision in last mile delivery was essential.

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