Guess what? India has officially given the G20 presidency to Brazil! This happened at a special ceremony during the annual summit in New Delhi. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi handed over a special gavel to Brazil President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to mark the transition.
India has been leading the G20 since December 1st, taking over from Indonesia. They held the position for almost a year and will continue to do so until November 30th.
The G20 summit lasted for two days, and during that time, the group made some important decisions. They all agreed on a declaration that covered a bunch of important topics. Let’s take a look at a few of them:
One of the things the G20 talked about was how to make sure everyone has enough food and energy. They made commitments to work together to solve these issues and make sure everyone has access to these basic needs.
Climate change is a big deal, and the G20 knows it. They discussed ways to tackle this problem and agreed to take action to protect our planet. It’s important to work together to reduce pollution and find cleaner sources of energy.
Debt can be a big problem for countries. The G20 talked about how to handle this issue and make sure countries don’t get overwhelmed by debt. They want to find ways to make the global economy more stable and secure.
Overall, the G20 summit was a chance for leaders from different countries to come together and find solutions to important global issues. It’s great to see countries working together for the benefit of everyone!