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Why G20 Summit Matters For India And The World: NewsMobile EIC Saurabh Shukla


New Delhi: Discussing the economic recovery following the Covid pandemic and India’s role in leading the G20, NewsMobile Editor-in-Chief Saurabh Shukla on Wednesday emphasised that this is a great opportunity to project a new, resurgent India. He said that the G20 platform serves as a stage to highlight India’s vibrancy, its evolving diplomatic strength, its soft power, and also its impact as a consensus builder.

He noted that the significance of India’s G20 presidency goes beyond the final documents produced; it lies in the collaborative spirit of the G20 summit. “According to sources, India’s presidency has outlined a comprehensive agenda, aimed at finding India-centric solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges, such as climate change and leveraging digitisation for the betterment of everyday lives, Saurabh Shukla said at a group discussion on Mirror Now.

Speaking to Mirror Now, Saurabh Shukla said, “At the Bharat Mandapam, a special display has been set up for the G20 world leaders to see India’s prowess. This exhibition represents the new India, characterised by its burgeoning start-up culture, advancements in drone technology, and transformative banking reforms through innovations like the Unified Payments Interface (UPI).”

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