Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned home after participating in the 14th G-20 summit in Japan’s Osaka city. During his three-day visit, PM Modi held nine bilateral engagements, eight pull-aside meetings, two plurilaterals, one multilateral on the sidelines of the G20 Summit.
Digital economy, addressing inequalities, and realising an inclusive and sustainable World were some of the issues discussed during the 2-day long G20 summit held in Osaka, Japan.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid special emphasis on building a disaster resilient future on the second day of G20 summit.
The G20 Osaka Leaders’ declaration recognized that cross-border flow of data leads to greater innovation, and improved sustainable development.
It however also raises challenges related to privacy, data protection, intellectual property rights, and security.
G20 leaders committed themselevs to addressing such challenges, while ensuring that domestic and international legal frameworks are respected.
The declaration agreed on strengthening the Financial Action Task Force’s global network and called for implementation of the FATF Standards.
G20 Leaders also agreed to play a leading role in the global efforts to prevent and fight against corruption, as well as promote integrity, by implementing the G20 Anti-Corruption Action Plan 2019-2021.