G20 Summit: The G-20 summit will be held in Delhi on Sunday (September 11) under the chairmanship of India (G20 Summit) has ended. During this period many foreign heads of state had reached Delhi. Saying that the announcement of G20 members in New Delhi was undoubtedly a diplomatic victory for India, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Sunday lauded the move. Tharoor has praised the Modi government for bringing the New Delhi Declaration to consensus among all the member countries.
‘This has never happened before’
In an interview to news agency ANI, Shashi Tharoor said that Delhi’s announcement is undoubtedly a diplomatic victory for India. This is a commendable achievement. There was widespread belief that no agreement would be reached before the G20 summit, making a joint declaration unlikely. But, in the end everyone agreed on the Delhi Declaration. This diplomacy of India is highly praiseworthy. This has never happened before.
‘India was able to find a solution’
He said the disagreement over the statement was mainly between those who wanted to condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine but without mentioning it. According to Tharoor, India was able to find a solution to bridge that gap, which is a significant diplomatic achievement. He said the disagreement over the statement was mainly between those who wanted to condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine but without mentioning it. According to Tharoor, India was able to find a solution to bridge that gap, which is a significant diplomatic achievement.
Tharoor praised India’s Sherpa
Recently, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor made the Delhi Declaration (Delhi Declaration) was described as a proud moment for India. He gave credit for India’s diplomatic victory to India’s Sherpa Amitabh Kant and the Government of India. In fact, earlier in the G20, India’s Sherpa Amitabh Kant had said that it took about 200 hours of non-stop talks to get all the countries to agree on the Delhi Declaration. More than 300 meetings were held during this period. After which all the countries finally agreed on this.
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