India has reaffirmed its active support to Indonesia to finalise meaningful outcomes at the forthcoming G20 summit in Bali in November. India’s support to Indonesia was conveyed by New Delhis G20 Sherpa Amitabh Kant during the third G20 sherpa meeting under Indonesia’s presidency of the powerful grouping.The G20 Sherpa meeting took place in Yogyakarta from September 26 to 29.India has reaffirmed its ”active support” to Indonesia to finalise ”meaningful outcomes” at the forthcoming G20 summit in Bali in November.The G20 Sherpa meeting took place in Yogyakarta from September 26 to 29. The first Sherpa meeting under Indonesian presidency was held in December 2021 and the second in July 2022.
”During the deliberations, Amitabh Kant reaffirmed India’s commitment and active support to Indonesian Presidency’s efforts to finalise meaningful outcomes for the forthcoming G20 Bali Summit in November 2022,” the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said in a statement on Friday. The G20 summit is taking place amid geo-political turmoil triggered by the crisis in Ukraine. ”During the discussions on the prevailing geopolitical situation in the context of G20, Amitabh Kant highlighted Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent statement on September 16, that ‘today’s era is not of war…diplomacy and dialogue are things that touch the world’,” the MEA said.