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Shashi Tharoor Applauds India’s Diplomatic Triumph at G20

Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has lauded the New Delhi Declaration of the G20 members, describing it as a “diplomatic triumph for India.” In an exclusive interview, Mr. Tharoor emphasized the significance of this achievement, given the initial skepticism surrounding the possibility of reaching an agreement. He commended India’s role in bridging the gap between member states with differing views, particularly on the subject of the Russian-Ukraine conflict.

Tharoor also highlighted India’s unique approach to hosting the G20 summit, making it a ‘people’s G20’ by engaging with various sectors of society and organizing events across the nation. However, he noted that this approach also served the ruling party’s interests in portraying the G20 as a personal achievement.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during the summit’s conclusion, proposed a virtual G20 session in November to review the forum’s suggestions and proposals. Tharoor acknowledged India’s right to do so but raised concerns about the ruling party’s extensive branding of the G20 as a personal achievement.

India’s presidency of the G20, marked by extensive nationwide engagement, came to a close with PM Modi handing over the ceremonial gavel to Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. The country assumed the G20 presidency in December 2022, hosting approximately 200 meetings in 60 cities across India.

Key Takeaways:

•Shashi Tharoor praises India’s diplomatic success with the New Delhi Declaration at the G20.

•He highlights India’s role in bridging gaps between member states with differing views.

•Tharoor commends India’s unique ‘people’s G20’ approach but notes its political implications.

•Prime Minister Modi proposes a virtual G20 session in November to review forum suggestions.

•Tharoor expresses concerns about extensive branding of the G20 as a personal achievement.

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