External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has said India has got the G20 back to its original agenda of global growth and development a year after it was seen grappling with the Ukraine conflict.
Addressing the ‘Rising India Summit’ of the Network18 Group, Jaishankar said the G20 was not the primary forum to debate international peace and security and India would want it to return to matters concerning roughly 200 countries of the world.
“I think our contribution was to get G20 back to the G20’s real business. The G20 is not the UN Security Council. It is not the primary forum to debate international peace and security,” the minister said.