The 3rd Global Governance Group Dialogue expressed its support for India’s upcoming G20 Presidency, recognizing India’s role in global governance and leadership in addressing global challenges.
H.E. Mr P Kumaran, the High Commissioner of India to Singapore, attended the 3rd Global Governance Group (3G) Dialogue on May 6, which expressed its support for India’s upcoming G20 Presidency. The meeting, chaired by Singapore’s Foreign Minister Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, saw the attendance of the G20 Troika, including Indonesia, India, and Brazil, along with 16 Heads of Mission and representatives.
The 3G Dialogue recognized India’s vital role in global governance and its leadership in addressing global challenges. The support shown by the 3G for India’s G20 Presidency signifies a growing recognition of India’s potential to shape the global agenda and drive meaningful change.
India’s G20 Presidency, which will commence in 2023, is expected to focus on issues such as sustainable development, climate change, and global economic growth. With the support of the 3G and other international partners, India aims to play a proactive and constructive role in addressing these pressing challenges.
The meeting provided an opportunity for India to engage with other G20 members and key stakeholders, as well as to showcase its commitment to promoting global cooperation and multilateralism.
Sourced from High Commission of India in Singapore