senior congress leader Shashi Tharoor Called the New Delhi Declaration at the G20 Summit a diplomatic victory for India. He praised External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and India’s G20 Sherpa Amitabh Kant for successfully organizing the event. He said, this was a proud moment for India in G20.

Tharoor said – Very good Amitabh Kant

Tagging Kant’s comments regarding building consensus on the paragraph on Russia-Ukraine in an interview, Shashi Tharoor wrote on social media platform ‘X’, Well done Amitabh Kant. It seems that when you selected the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), the Indian Forest Service lost an excellent diplomat. Tharoor said in a post on Saturday night, regarding the consensus on ‘Delhi Declaration’, India’s G20 Sherpa says that talks were held with Russia, China, the final draft was received last night itself. Proud moment for India in G20.

Government does not show G20-like spirit of accommodation in resolving domestic issues: Tharoor

senior congress leader Shashi Tharoor Taking aim at the Centre, he said on Sunday that the way efforts were made to create a consensus on the ‘Delhi Declaration’, it is a matter of regret that the government did not show the same level of reconciliation and cooperation in resolving domestic issues. Emotions are not visible. He said that it is sad that the spirit of adjustment seen in G20 is absent in Indian politics. Tagging one of Kant’s early posts, Tharoor said on ‘X’ on Sunday that it was regrettable that the government does not adopt the same approach of reconciliation and cooperation in resolving domestic issues.

Tharoor’s pain expressed over opposition not being included in the conference

Congress leader Shashi Tharoor expressed his pain over not including the opposition in the G20 summit. “The failure to invite the leader of the opposition and indeed any opposition MP to any G20 event, reception, dinner etc underlines my point,” he said. No other democracy would ignore its own MPs in this manner on such a global stage.

Ukraine issue handled very effectively: Tharoor

Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, while discussing India’s diplomacy at the G20 summit, said, the Ukraine issue was handled very effectively in the summit. In fact, in the ‘New Delhi Leaders Summit Declaration’ of the G20 countries on Saturday, it was said that today’s era is not an era of war and in view of this, the declaration called upon all countries to maintain the principles of international law including territorial integrity and sovereignty. And it was advocated for maintaining peace in Ukraine. Threatening to use nuclear weapons is unacceptable, the manifesto said.

IMEE Economic Corridor new initiative: Tharoor

Congress leader Tharoor said on the India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor, the India Middle East EU initiative is completely new. It has tremendous potential for the future, provided it is implemented properly. I would say on this, this is a welcome initiative. But we have to see how well it is implemented in our country and in other countries that are part of this initiative.

No government has celebrated hosting like this: Tharoor

Regarding the G20 summit, Shashi Tharoor said, India has hosted many summits in the past as well, but no government has celebrated hosting like this. “It really made it a big nationwide event,” he added. 200 meetings in 58 cities. All these things were unprecedented. The credit for taking the message of G-20 to all the people goes to India. But this is also an attempt by the ruling party to use G-20 in its own interest.

Delhi was locked down for three days: Tharoor

Congress leader Shashi Tharoor strongly criticized the Narendra Modi government at the Center for shutting down Delhi for hosting the G20 summit. He said the national capital was completely closed for three days for the summit. It is noteworthy that Delhi Police had made it clear that entire Delhi will not remain closed during the summit, restrictions have been imposed only on the area where the event is being held.

India got big success in G20 summit, approval given to New Delhi Leaders Summit

It is noteworthy that India achieved a major diplomatic victory on Saturday and despite many differences on the Russia-Ukraine war, India unanimously issued a declaration at the G20 summit. Amitabh Kant said on Sunday that a team of Indian diplomats held continuous talks for more than 200 hours to reach a consensus on the ‘G20 Declaration’ adopted at the ‘Leaders’ Summit here. A team of diplomats, including joint secretaries E Gambhir and K Nagaraj Naidu, held 300 bilateral meetings and distributed 15 draft drafts to their counterparts on the contentious Ukraine conflict to build consensus on the first day of the ‘G20 Leaders Summit’. Kant said, the most complex part of the entire G20 summit was to build a consensus on the geopolitical paragraph (Russia-Ukraine). This was done with over 200 hours of continuous negotiations, 300 bilateral meetings, 15 drafts. Kant said that Naidu and Gambhir supported him a lot in this endeavour.

Leave a Reply