India to attend G20 foreign ministers meeting in Bali


We agreed that in the midst of a challenging situation, the responsibility of the G20 as a catalyst for economic recovery becomes more important and expected by the world.

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar is expected to attend the G20 Foreign Ministers Meeting (G20 FMM) scheduled for Bali on July 7-8.

“The Indian foreign minister has confirmed (a plan) to join the G20 foreign ministers’ meeting in Bali next month,” Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi told a news conference. video on the results of his meeting with Jaishankar on Friday.

Marsudi embarked on a visit to India to attend the meeting of the Indonesia-India Joint Commission.

During the meeting, held in New Delhi, the two foreign ministers exchanged views on the G20 as India as part of the G20 troika that will chair the G20 next year .

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“We agreed that in the midst of a challenging situation, the responsibility of the G20 as a catalyst for economic recovery becomes more important and expected by the world,” she said.

To this end, Marsudi expressed his gratitude to India for supporting Indonesia’s G20 Presidency.

Apart from India, Saudi Arabia and Russia will also participate in the G20 FMM aimed at discussing strategic issues and how the G20 can play a role in solving a wide range of global challenges.

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