India’s ministerial delegations met with World Economic Forum Founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab India’s G20 presidency on Friday. World Economic Forum (WF) in a release said that WEF values its nearly 40-year collaborative history with India and looks forward to continued cooperation.
Indian delegates informed WEF that as a part of its G20 presidency, India aims to promote just and equitable growth while also making significant progress on the most pressing domestic challenges.
The programme simultaneously addresses immediate crises and long-term future challenges and helps set the scene for India’s G20 presidency.
The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2023 has come at time when multiple crises have deepen divisions and fragmented the geopolitical landscape. WEF said that governments and businesses must address people’s immediate, critical needs while also laying the groundwork for a more sustainable, resilient world by the end of the decade.
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“I had the pleasure of meeting the Indian ministerial delegation and many of its top business leaders,” said Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum. “I commend the country’s decisive action on the climate case for renewables, its contribution to the global healthcare ecosystem, the focus on an economic model for women-led development, and its leadership on digital public infrastructure. India remains a bright spot amid global geoeconomics and geopolitical crises.”
The World Economic Forum shares a 38-year history with India and looks forward to continued partnership with the country during its G20 presidency under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
India is promoting a just and equitable growth for all in the world during its G20 presidency.
“India’s G20 presidency comes at a crucial time, Prime Minister Modi’s leadership is critical in this fractured world,” Schwab added.