"The world is waiting for us, and we must find common ground." India's foreign minister reveals sharp differences within the "twenty" "The world is waiting for us, and we must find common ground." India's foreign minister reveals sharp differences within the "twenty"

"The world is waiting for us, and we must find common ground." India's foreign minister reveals sharp differences within the "twenty"

"The world is waiting for us, and we must find common ground." India's foreign minister reveals sharp differences within the "twenty"  Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said at the opening of the G20 foreign ministers' meeting that the G20 countries have sharp differences of opinion on a number of issues, but they should work together.  "We first met in the midst of a global crisis and today, once again, we are actually facing multiple crises. These crises include the impact of the Covid pandemic, concerns about supply chains, side effects of ongoing conflicts, and concerns about the debt crisis and climate disruption," the minister added.   He continued, "We do not always agree on these issues. There are some issues that cause sharp differences of opinion. However, we must find common ground and define the way, because this is what the world expects and expects from us."  Jaishankar pointed out that the agenda of the meeting includes the problems of food security, fertilizers and fuel, and these are important issues for developing countries.  He continued, "We listened to the concerns of developing countries in January at the Voice of the Global South summit.. They are indeed crucial to the global economy and must be dealt with as such.. They are also striving to create more reliable and sustainable supply chains, and recent experiences have highlighted the risks Reliance on limited geographical areas," noting that the current situation requires "that we continue to fulfill our international obligations."  "The G20 must take into account the economic priorities and interests of all our partners, especially those who are the most vulnerable. We must ensure sustainable development cooperation that is demand-driven and based on country ownership and transparency," he added.  He emphasized that "respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity are the most important guiding principles for this cooperation."  The meeting of the G20 foreign ministers began in the Indian capital, New Delhi, Thursday morning, and began with a minute of silence for the victims of the devastating earthquakes that struck areas in Turkey and Syria last month.  It is expected that the Ukrainian crisis and its impact on the global situation will be one of the most important topics to be discussed by the ministerial meeting.  Source: Novosti


Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said at the opening of the G20 foreign ministers' meeting that the G20 countries have sharp differences of opinion on a number of issues, but they should work together.

"We first met in the midst of a global crisis and today, once again, we are actually facing multiple crises. These crises include the impact of the Covid pandemic, concerns about supply chains, side effects of ongoing conflicts, and concerns about the debt crisis and climate disruption," the minister added.

He continued, "We do not always agree on these issues. There are some issues that cause sharp differences of opinion. However, we must find common ground and define the way, because this is what the world expects and expects from us."

Jaishankar pointed out that the agenda of the meeting includes the problems of food security, fertilizers and fuel, and these are important issues for developing countries.

He continued, "We listened to the concerns of developing countries in January at the Voice of the Global South summit. They are indeed crucial to the global economy and must be dealt with as such.. They are also striving to create more reliable and sustainable supply chains, and recent experiences have highlighted the risks Reliance on limited geographical areas," noting that the current situation requires "that we continue to fulfill our international obligations."

"The G20 must take into account the economic priorities and interests of all our partners, especially those who are the most vulnerable. We must ensure sustainable development cooperation that is demand-driven and based on country ownership and transparency," he added.

He emphasized that "respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity are the most important guiding principles for this cooperation."

The meeting of the G20 foreign ministers began in the Indian capital, New Delhi, Thursday morning, and began with a minute of silence for the victims of the devastating earthquakes that struck areas in Turkey and Syria last month.

It is expected that the Ukrainian crisis and its impact on the global situation will be one of the most important topics to be discussed by the ministerial meeting.

Source: Novosti
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