“The use or threat of use of nuclear weapons is unacceptable…”, G20 New Delhi Declaration on Ukraine

New Delhi:

On the first day of the ongoing G20 Summit in Delhi (Saturday 9 September), a consensus was reached on the New Delhi Declaration, after which it was passed. Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave this information. Ukraine war is also mentioned in the Delhi manifesto. The manifesto calls for a ‘comprehensive, just and lasting peace in Ukraine’. Member States are urged to refrain from ‘using force to occupy territories’ or acting against the territorial integrity of any country. The declaration also emphasizes that the use or threat of use of nuclear weapons must be ‘unacceptable’.

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Due to the lack of consensus on the Ukraine conflict, India on Friday left the geopolitics paragraph blank to avoid any controversy over it. Now this manifesto has been adopted after some changes in paragraphs. This is being considered as a major victory for India at the diplomatic level.

Earlier, the G20 Sherpa meeting held in Nooh, Haryana on September 3-6 failed to reach a consensus on the Ukraine war. India now hopes that a consensus can be reached on the new paragraph issued on Saturday morning. However, it is not yet known how member states have reacted to the new paragraph. Even the meeting of finance and foreign ministers held in G20 could not reach a consensus on the issue of Ukraine war.

At the same time, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said, “The passing of the Delhi Declaration is a major achievement. It was also decided to ‘focus on food security, nutrition and the transformative role of technology’. The future engagement was also explained. In detail . is.” External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said, “The G20 Declaration highlights the inclusive role of technology with a focus on transformation, digital public infrastructure. The G20 aims to make India ready for the world and the world ready for India.” “contributed to.”

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