India is hosting the second Voice of the Global South Summit
It will discuss the outcomes of the G20 meetings during India’s presidency
India will host the second Global South Voice Summit on Friday, 17 November, to discuss the outcomes of the G20 meetings during the South Asian country’s presidency.
The meeting is also expected to discuss the challenges posed by global developments and new ways to sustain the momentum generated by the common desire for a more inclusive, representative and progressive world order, the Indian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
The meeting will be held in a virtual format under the theme Together for Growth for All, with the Trust of All and will comprise ten ministerial sessions identified in sectors such as international affairs, education, finance, environment, energy, health and trade, the official note said. This is reported by Prensa Latina, a partner of TV BRICS.
The opening session of the conference, organised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will be held at the level of heads of state and government, as will the closing session, which will be on the theme “Global South: together for the future”.
It may be recalled that on 12-13 January this year, India hosted the first Voice of the Global South Summit, where 125 countries participated in a virtual format to share their views and priorities on a common platform.
During its presidency of the G20, India has endeavored to ensure that the concerns of the Global South are given due attention and their priorities are taken into account in finding solutions to the world’s most pressing problems, the External Affairs Ministry stressed.