G20 Leaders Unite On New Delhi Declaration: Terrorism And Ukraine Crisis In Focus

G20 Leaders unite on New Delhi declaration: Terrorism and Ukraine crisis in focus.

The G20 Summit under India’s presidency witnessed the unanimous acceptance of the New Delhi Declaration, highlighting the global concern for terrorism and the Ukraine conflict.

Discover key insights and resolutions in this joint declaration. Mention of terrorism 9 times, Ukraine war 4 times; G20 countries approve India’s proposal, 37-page leaders’ declaration released.

On the first day of the G-20 Summit chaired by India, all the member countries unanimously accepted the New Delhi G-20 Declaration.

In this New Delhi Declaration, terrorism has been mentioned 9 times, and the Ukraine war 4 times.

The acceptance of this declaration is an important success of India’s G20 presidency amid the global crisis arising due to the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine.

In this joint declaration of G-20 leaders, it has been said that today’s era is not an era of war.

Along with this, G20 leaders condemned all forms and manifestations of terrorism. G20 leaders recognized that terrorism is one of the most serious threats to international peace and security.

Regarding terrorism, it was said in this manifesto that, ‘Any kind of terrorist act, anywhere, in any form, can never be justified.’

The G20 declaration notes the negative impact of the Ukraine conflict on supply chains, macro-financial stability, inflation, and growth.

Recognizing that the G20 is not a forum to resolve geopolitical issues, the declaration acknowledges that these issues can have an impact on the economy.

This G20 declaration said, ‘We highlighted the negative impacts of the war in Ukraine in relation to human suffering, global food and energy security.

This joint declaration of G20 leaders says, ‘We say with deep concern that there has been immense human suffering and the adverse impact of wars and conflicts.

We have reiterated the country’s stance and resolutions adopted in the UNSC and UNGA.’ Along with this, it has been said that the use or threat of nuclear weapons is unacceptable.’

The G20 declaration states that the Ukraine conflict has created complexities in policies for countries, especially developing and least-developed countries.

The G20 declaration said, ‘All countries should refrain from using or threatening the use of force to occupy the territory of any country against its territorial integrity.’

Calls to stop military action or other attacks on infrastructure.

It called on the Russian Federation and Ukraine to ensure an immediate and uninterrupted supply of grains, food items, and fertilizers.

It says that this is necessary to meet the demand in developing and underdeveloped countries, especially in Africa.

Emphasizing the importance of maintaining food and energy security, G20 leaders called for ‘preventing military action or other attacks on relevant infrastructure’.

It says, ‘We call on all countries to uphold the principles of international law, including territorial integrity and sovereignty, international humanitarian law, and the multilateral system that protects peace and stability.’

Diplomacy and dialogue are important along with efforts for peaceful resolution and handling of crises.

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