The West hyped up the "Sino-Indian contradiction" during the G20 period, and the Indian foreign minister slapped the foreign media in the face

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(Original title: G20 Declaration, "Accidental Punch in the Face")

At noon local time on the 10th, the G20 New Delhi Summit came to an end. The summit adopted a declaration emphasizing that in the future, it will continue to operate in the spirit of multilateralism and on the basis of consensus, and all members will participate in all activities, including the summit, and actively act to meet the challenges facing the world.

Installation next to the International Media Center of the G20 New Delhi Summit

Some analysts have previously said that the G20 New Delhi summit may be the most noisy and complicated summit, and may not produce a joint communiqué for the first time in the history of the G20 summit.

Against this backdrop, the publication of the Declaration sends a positive signal and sends confidence to the outside world, indicating that despite the differences on many issues, the efforts to seek common ground while reserving differences continue.

The governor of Chang'an Street (WeChat ID: Capitalnews) noted that the release of the declaration caused spoilers to be "accidentally slapped in the face".

According to the Global Times, on the eve of the G20 New Delhi Summit, US and Western public opinion regarded India's hosting of the G20 as an opportunity to hype the "dragon-elephant dispute" and did everything possible to provoke discord.

However, in response to the hyped "China-India contradiction" by the United States and the West, Indian Foreign Minister Jaishankar Jaishankar said in the face of media-induced questions, "I will not look at this matter in the way you suggested." ”

The theme of this summit is "One Earth, One Home, One Future", but the United States has forcibly advanced its geopolitical agenda on this multilateral occasion and engaged in "small circles".

On September 9, the United States signed an agreement with India, Middle Eastern countries and the European Union to build a railway network and sea routes that can connect relevant countries.

At the event announcing the project, US President Joe Biden declared: "This is a pattern-breaking regional investment project. ”

While U.S. officials deny that the project is meant to counter China's influence in emerging markets, it is widely seen in Western media as a counterweight to the Belt and Road Initiative, with some pointing out that the "ambitious" project is intended to "counter China's years of supporting large-scale infrastructure projects around the world."

Biden attends the G20 summit

In addition, the United States and Western countries have blackmailed the G20 into condemning Russia by refusing to issue a joint statement.

The Russian Foreign Ministry issued a statement before the G20 summit saying that the G7 countries, led by the United States, are putting pressure on India to try to express the G7's unilateral position on the situation in Ukraine in the final outcome document of the summit, but India tries its best to maintain a neutral position.

Reference news quoted the British "Financial Times" reported on the 9th that leaders failed to condemn Russia's "invasion" of Ukraine in the joint declaration of the G20 summit, which became "a blow to Western countries." The West has spent the past year trying to persuade developing countries to condemn Moscow and support Ukraine.

According to the report, speaking about the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, Indian Foreign Minister Jaishankar Jaishankar said: "The fact is that this is a very polarizing issue and there are multiple views on it. To be fair, he said, documenting the truth is the right thing to do.

As emphasized in the declaration, the G20 is the main forum for international economic cooperation, not a platform for addressing geopolitical and security issues. Attempts by some spoilers to push the geopolitical agenda at the summit will also be fruitless.

After the conclusion of the New Delhi summit, Brazil officially took over as the new rotating presidency of the G20.

At the closing ceremony, Brazilian President Lula reiterated his call for the G20 to remain united. "We cannot allow geopolitical issues to hijack the agenda of the G20 discussions. We have no interest in the divided G20. We need peace and cooperation, not conflict. ”

Brazil officially took over as the new rotating presidency of the G20

The governor of Chang'an Street (WeChat ID: Capitalnews) noted that beyond the noise, the outside world focused on the moment of true multilateralism at the G20 summit in New Delhi.

On the 9th, G20 members reached an agreement at the summit to invite the African Union to become a full member.

This move is of great historical significance, which will help African countries actively participate in global governance and play a positive role in cooperating to address global challenges, promote true multilateralism and build a more just and reasonable global governance system.

The African Union's full membership in the G20 is inseparable from the support and support of China and other partners.

China is the first country to express its support for the African Union's accession to the G20, and also supports special arrangements for giving priority to African demands on the reform of the UN Security Council, and calls on multilateral financial institutions to increase the voice of African countries.

Senegalese President Sall said that China is a loyal and firm friend of African countries and thanked China for being the first to publicly support the African Union to join the G20 initiative.

In fact, as the world's second largest economy and largest developing country, China has always promoted the G20 to play a leading role in addressing global challenges and improving global economic governance, and supported the enhancement of the representation and voice of emerging market countries and developing countries in global affairs.

India's G20 coordinator Amitab Kante said in an interview that China is a participant in the multilateral system and has played a constructive and positive role.

"I think the most important thing is to recognize that China is a player in the multilateral system and is very actively involved in G20 issues. Every working group in which China participates involves bilateral issues as well as multilateral issues, and China has played a very constructive and positive role. Kanter said.

Against the backdrop of increasing downward pressure on the world economy and increasing difficulties in global sustainable development, the G20 should seek common ground while reserving differences and discard noise, especially the major countries among them should show their responsibility and responsibility, and unite and cooperate to cope with outstanding challenges in the international economy and development.