On Saturday, Chinese Premier Li Qiang emphasized the need for unity among the G20 participants and urged collaboration, inclusion, and steadfast support for economic globalization.

Li, the second-ranking official in the Communist Party of China (CPC), is representing President Xi Jinping at the upcoming G20 summit in New Delhi, which will be held from September 9 to 10. 


Premier Li spoke at the opening of the 18th G20 Summit in New Delhi, calling for "unity instead of division, cooperation instead of confrontation, and inclusion instead of exclusion" for the powerful alliance.

The G20 member nations account for over two-thirds of global population, over 75% of global trade, and about 85% of the world's GDP.

According to China's state-run Xinhua news agency, Li urged the G20 countries to steadfastly advance economic globalization and preserve the stability and efficiency of industry and supply chains together.


He argued that the G20 members should uphold the founding ideals of unity and collaboration and take on the current demands for peace and development.

Li urged the G20 countries to work together to support the global economic recovery by increasing the coordination of macroeconomic policy in order to inspire confidence and fuel global economic growth. 


He said that the G20 nations should collaborate to protect the planet, advance green and low-carbon growth, safeguard the marine ecosystem, and be allies in advancing sustainable development on a global scale.

Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union (EU) are all members of the G20 group. 


The African Union joined the Group of 20 (G20) on Saturday, marking the first expansion of the important bloc since its founding in 1999 and a key development under India's G20 chairmanship.


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