According to the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Rishi Sunak, 15 years ago G20 leaders came together for the first time to restore global growth after the financial crises—meeting at a time of enormous challenges. The world is looking to the G20 once again to provide leadership. He is in India and attending the G-20 Summit at Bharat Mandapam in Delhi.
The 18th G20 Leaders Submit has kickstarted with the opening remark of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The PM welcomed US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Japan Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Prime Minister of Canada Justine Trudeau, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, and others.
In his remarks at the first session titled 'One Earth' PM Modi said it is a crucial time for the world. He pointed out that the post-Covid world is suffering from a trust deficit, and war has deepened it further. The world is living in a time when age-old problems are seeking answers, and there is a need to fulfil the responsibilities with a human-centric approach. He also extended his warm welcome to the dignitaries. a expressed his condolences over the loss of lives due to an earthquake in Morocco. He prayed that all injured recover at the earliest. He said India is ready to offer all possible assistance to Morocco in this challenging time.