The International Monetary Fund has supported India's G-20 agenda.


The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said it "fully supports" India's G-20 agenda, which is working on a plan to build consensus on issues that need urgent attention related to the current global crisis. need to give.

India formally assumed the presidency of the G-20 on Thursday.

"They (India) are putting together a collective agenda for a more prosperous future," Sela Pazarbasioglu, director of the IMF's policy review department, told reporters ahead of her visit to India and China next week.

"They (India) are planning to build a consensus on issues related to the ongoing (global) crises that require immediate attention," he said on Thursday. The reason was referring to the food and energy crisis.

He said the IMF "fully supports" India's G-20 agenda.

The theme of India's presidency of the G-20 is 'One Earth (One Earth), One Family (One Family), One Future (One Future)'. The IMF official said, 'This means that India is working to resolve differences. And prioritizing the need to work at the local level, federal level, international level.

Pazarbasioglu said, “As you know, we were not able to make any announcement in the last two ministerial meetings.

I won't go into the details of how many hours it took, but it was such a great achievement, including very strong language, that most members condemned the war in Ukraine.'

The announcement referred to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks during a bilateral meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the SCO summit in September that "today should not be an era of war".

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