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English translation of Prime Minister’s remarks at the closing ceremony of G20 summit

Newdelhi:10 SEP 2023:


We have complete faith in the Troika spirit.

We pledge our unwavering support to Brazil and firmly believe that, during their leadership, the G-20 will further advance our common objectives.

I congratulate President of Brazil and my friend, Lula da Silva.

With that, I pass on the presidency gavel to him.

I invite President Lula to share his thoughts on this occasion.

(President Lula’s remarks)

Your Highnesses,

As you are aware, India holds the G-20 Presidency till November. There are still two and a half months left.

In these two days, all of you have put forth many things, given suggestions, made many proposals.

It is our responsibility to once again look at the suggestions that have come forward, to see how thier progress can be accelerated.

I propose that we hold another virtual session of the G-20 Summit at the end of November.

In that session we can review the topics decided during this summit.

Our team will share the details of all these with you all.

I hope you all will join in this.

Your Highnesses,

With these words, I officially conclude this G-20 Summit.

May the path toward One Earth, One Family, One Future be pleasant.

स्वस्ति अस्तु विश्वस्य!

Which means there let there be hope and peace in the entire world.

With the well-wishes of 140 crore Indians, I express our sincere gratitude to all of you!
DISCLAIMER – This is the approximate translation of Prime Minister’s Press Statement. Original Press statements were delivered in Hindi.

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