The working groups include Disaster Risk Resiliency and Reduction Working Group, Culture and Startup 20 Working Group and Digital Economy Working Group.
Indonesia will support the success of India’s G20 Presidency including on the issue of digital transformation which is the key for expediting recovery and global economic future, he noted .
Pambudi, concurrently Indonesia G20 Co-Sherpa, lauded the continuity between Indonesia’s G20 Presidency and India’s G20 Presidency and underlined the importance of concrete deliverables as an example from G20 members to the world.
The first Sherpa meeting of India G20 Presidency was held on December 4-7, 2022 in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.
This meeting consisted of several sessions: technological transformation, green development and LiFE (Lifestyle for Environment), women-led development, SDGs implementation acceleration, inclusive growth facilitation and multilateral reformation.
Summarizing the result of the discussion, Sherpa highlighted India’s role in providing a bigger voice to the global south and utilizing G20 presidency to establish mutually beneficial collaboration between developing and developed countries.
The meeting also discussed the importance of multilateral reformation, SDGs achievement, food, fuel and fertilizer issue, highlighted discussion focuses, and emphasized the need to strengthen collective action between G20 member countries.
The meeting was attended by G20 members’ Sherpas, nine invited countries and 14 international organizations, including from Indonesia.
India’s G20 Presidency raises the theme “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam – One Earth. One Family. One Future.”
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