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From Biden To Macron, Global Leaders Support India's G20 Presidency
Retweeting Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's congratulatory tweet, PM said that Japan's solidarity is crucial and the country has contributed a lot to global well-being and will continue to learn in the future on various fronts
Photo Credit : Narendra Modi / Instagram
India has undertaken the G20 Presidency from 01 December 2022 from Indonesia and will congregate the G20 leaders' summit for the first time in the country in 2023.
A nation deeply confined to republic and multilateralism, India’s G20 Presidency would exist a watershed moment in her history as it seeks to play a significant part by chancing realistic global results for the good of all, and in doing so, manifest the true spirit of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ or the ‘World is One Family'.
PM Modi expressed gratitude and thanked global leaders for extending their support towards India's G-20 presidency.
What the global leaders had said to India and Prime Minister after we took the G20 presidency. Let's have a look-
French President Emmanuel Macron has tweeted and has shown his trust in Narendra Modi to bring everyone together in order to build peace and a more sustainable world. "One earth, one family, one future", he said.
Retweeting Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida's congratulatory tweet, PM said that Japan's solidarity is crucial and the country has contributed a lot to global well-being and will continue to learn in the future on various fronts.
Kishida has tweeted that he is looking forward to working with India to address various setbacks the intentional community faces as the G7 Presidency (commences) next year.
Prime Minister of Spain Pedro Sanchez also conveyed his best wishes to Narendra Modi and showed his support stating that we must keep working together to address global challenges and to ensure fair and inclusive green and digital transitions. One Earth, One Family, One Future.
Responding to his tweet, PM said that he endorse his views on working togethefr to mitigate challenges of the present to leave a better planet for the coming generations.
President of the European Council Charles Michel shared the message that he is looking forward to working with India as this country will lead the discussions on how to tackle the key challenges in 2023.
To Michel's tweet, Modi stated that he is thankful for the active participation of European Council.
US President Joe Biden also praised the nation and Prime Minsiter Modi saying that India is a strong partner of the United States, and he is looking forward to support his friend Modi during India’s G20 presidency.
"Together we will advance sustainable and inclusive growth while tackling shared challenges like the climate, energy, and food crises," Biden added.