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G20 summit 2023

Introduction of G20

The G20 Summit is an annual international forum of leaders from the world’s largest and most significant economies, representing about 80% of the world’s GDP and two-thirds of its population. The G20 is focused on addressing key economic and financial issues and fostering international cooperation on issues such as trade, investment, employment, and energy.

History of G20 Summit

The G20 was established in 1999 as a meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors from 19 countries and the European Union. In 2008, the G20 leaders began to meet annually to discuss the most pressing issues facing the global economy. Since then, the G20 has become the premier forum for international economic cooperation, with members from all regions of the world.

Overview of G20 Summit 2023

The G20 Summit in 2023 will be the 18th meeting of the Group of Twenty. The summit will bring together leaders from the world’s largest economies to discuss key economic issues and global challenges. The 2023 summit will be held in India and is expected to focus on issues such as climate change, sustainable development, trade, and investment. The theme for the 2023 summit is yet to be announced.

Host Country: India

Background of India

India is a country located in South Asia and is the seventh-largest country in the world by land area. India is known for its diverse culture, rich history, and ancient civilization, and is the world’s largest democracy. It has a population of over 1.3 billion people, making it the second-most populous country in the world after China.

India’s Priorities for G20 Summit 2023

India’s priorities for the G20 Summit 2023 include sustainable development, economic growth, and climate change. India aims to strengthen global partnerships and promote multilateral cooperation to address the pressing issues facing the world today. Some of the key issues that India is expected to focus on include renewable energy, clean technology, and climate adaptation.

Venue and Dates of G20 Summit 2023 in India

The G20 Summit 2023 will be hosted by India, and the venue for the summit is yet to be announced. The dates for the summit are also yet to be confirmed, but it is expected to be held in the latter half of the year. The summit will bring together leaders from the G20 countries, as well as representatives from international organizations and invited guest countries.

Key Issues and Agendas for G20 Summit 2023

A. Climate Change and Sustainable Development
B. Global Trade and Economic Growth
C. Digital Transformation and Innovation
D. Health Security and Pandemic Preparedness
E. Financial Stability and Regulation
F. Other Issues

List of G20 Summits

G-20 Summits Dates G20 Host Countries Venue & Host city Host leader
1st November 14th-15th, 2008 United States National Building Museum, Washington, D.C George W. Bush
2nd April 2nd, 2009 United Kingdom ExCeL London, London Gordon Brown
3rd September 2th -25th, 2009 United States David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh Barack Obama
4th June 26th-27th 2010 Canada Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto Stephen Harper
5th November 11th–12th 2010 South Korea COEX Convention & Exhibition Center, Seoul Lee Myung-bak
6th November 3rd–4th, 2011 France Palais des Festivals, Cannes Nicolas Sarkozy
7th June 18th–19th, 2012 Mexico Los Cabos Convention Center, San José del Cabo, Los Cabos Felipe Calderón
8th September 5th–6th, 2013 Russia Constantine Palace, Saint Petersburg Vladimir Putin
9th November 15th–16th,  2014 Australia Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane Tony Abbott
10th November 15th–16th,2015 Turkey Regnum Carya Hotel Convention Centre, Serik, Antalya Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
11th September 4th–5th 2016 China Hangzhou International Exhibition Centre, Hangzhou Xi Jinping
12th July 7th–8th 2017 Germany Hamburg Messe, Hamburg Angela Merkel
13th November 30th – December 1st 2018 Argentina Costa Salguero Center, Buenos Aires Mauricio Macri
14th June 28th- 29th, 2019 Japan Intex Osaka, Osaka Shinzō Abe
15th November 21st–22nd 2020 Saudi Arabia King Abdullah Financial District, Riyadh Salman
16th October 30th-31st 2021 Italy Rome Giuseppe Conte
17th November 15 -16, 2022 Indonesia The Apurva Kempinski, Bali Joko Widodo
18th September 9 – 10, 2023 India Pragati Maidan Convention Centre, New Delhi Narendra Modi
19th 2024 [Date to be announced] Brazil Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva

Reference – Wikipedia [wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_G20_summits]

Participating Countries and Leaders

List of G20 Countries:

  1. Argentina
  2. Australia
  3. Brazil
  4. Canada
  5. China
  6. France
  7. Germany
  8. India
  9. Indonesia
  10. Italy
  11. Japan
  12. Mexico
  13. Russia
  14. Saudi Arabia
  15. South Africa
  16. South Korea
  17. Turkey
  18. United Kingdom
  19. United States
  20. European Union

Key Leaders Attending G20 Summit 2023

The leaders of each of the G20 countries will attend the G20 Summit 2023. The specific list of leaders will be determined closer to the summit date and may be subject to change. Some of the current leaders of G20 countries are:

  1. Argentina – President Alberto Fernández
  2. Australia – Prime Minister Scott Morrison
  3. Brazil – President Jair Bolsonaro
  4. Canada – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
  5. China – President Xi Jinping
  6. France – President Emmanuel Macron
  7. Germany – Chancellor Olaf Scholz
  8. India – Prime Minister Narendra Modi
  9. Indonesia – President Joko Widodo
  10. Italy – Prime Minister Mario Draghi
  11. Japan – Prime Minister Fumio Kishida
  12. Mexico – President Andrés Manuel López Obrador
  13. Russia – President Vladimir Putin
  14. Saudi Arabia – Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
  15. South Africa – President Cyril Ramaphosa
  16. South Korea – President Moon Jae-in
  17. Turkey – President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
  18. United Kingdom – Prime Minister Boris Johnson
  19. United States – President Joe Biden
  20. European Union – President Ursula von der Leyen and Council President Charles Michel.

Summit Meetings and Events

Summit Meetings and Plenary Sessions

The G20 Summit 2023 will feature various meetings and plenary sessions where leaders from G20 countries will gather to discuss and deliberate on various issues related to the global economy, trade, investment, and finance. The summit is expected to have around 25-30 sessions, including the opening and closing ceremonies. The exact agenda and schedule of meetings will be announced closer to the event.

Side Events and Bilateral Meetings

Apart from the main summit meetings, there will be several side events and bilateral meetings between the participating countries. These meetings will provide opportunities for leaders to discuss and address specific issues of mutual concern. The exact details of these meetings will be announced closer to the event.

C. Civil Society and Business Engagement

The G20 Summit 2023 will also feature civil society and business engagement events. These events will provide a platform for representatives from civil society organizations and the business community to engage with G20 leaders and discuss various issues related to global economic growth, development, and sustainability. The details of these events will be announced closer to the event.

Reflections and Impacts of G20 Summit 2023

The summit provides an opportunity for participating countries to engage in important discussions and decision-making that can have significant impacts on global economic growth, social welfare, and environmental sustainability. The outcomes and agreements reached at the summit will have a ripple effect on the participating countries and the world as a whole.

Prospects for the Future of G20 Summit

The G20 Summit is expected to continue as an important platform for global economic governance and cooperation among major economies. As the world continues to face complex and interconnected economic, social, and environmental challenges, the G20 Summit will likely play an increasingly important role in shaping the future of the global economy and society.