Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday purposed to hold a virtual G20 session in November, as Brazil is set to assume the rotating presidency of the group of the world’s largest economies, succeeding India.
“In that session, we can review the topics discussed during this [G20] summit [in New Delhi],” Modi said in his closing remarks at the summit. “Our team will share all details…With this, I declare the G20 summit closed,” he said. “May the roadmap of One Earth, One Family, One Future be pleasant. May there be hope and peace throughout the world.”
He conveyed his best wishes to Brazilian President Lula da Silva and handed over the ceremonial gavel of the G20 presidency to him.
Further details awaited