New Delhi: In New Delhi, US President Joe Biden and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina shared an informal moment, taking a selfie at Bharat Mandapam during the G20 Summit on Saturday.
Both leaders arrived in India on Friday to participate in the G20 Summit, hosted by India at the newly inaugurated Bharat Mandapam on September 9-10. The summit is drawing over 30 heads of state, senior European Union representatives, invited guest nations, and 14 leaders of international organizations.
During the G20 Summit's first session, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the importance of human-centric development. He emphasized India's commitment to initiatives like the LiFE Mission and the International Year of Millets, underscoring the nation's dedication to promoting sustainable practices and harnessing renewable energy sources. On X (formerly Twitter), PM Modi shared his thoughts, stating, "During Session 1 of the G20 Summit, I discussed the concept of 'One Earth.' I stressed the significance of prioritizing human-centric development, a core value in Indian culture."
PM Modi described his meeting at the G20 Summit as "productive" and shared moments from his interactions with world leaders as they were welcomed at Bharat Mandapam, Pragati Maidan.
US President Joe Biden and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina shared a selfie moment at the G20 Summit in New Delhi. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasized the importance of human-centric development during his address at the summit. He also welcomed the inclusion of the African Union as a permanent member in the G20 grouping, aiming to strengthen the voice of the Global South in international affairs.