The country made a crucial step forward at the G20 meeting, which was presided over by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The government expanded the G20 to include the African Union and formed the worldwide Biofuels Alliance to foster worldwide collaboration on biofuel use. Apart from that, India established the India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor and the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment.
These projects will foster economic integration between India, West Asia, and Europe through boosting global connections and sustainable development. The Prime Minister emphasized the importance of technology in development, citing digital public infrastructure as an example while emphasizing a human-centered approach to long-term concerns. India's president has succeeded in bringing nations together on critical issues. The G20 New Delhi Leaders' Declaration was passed unanimously, emphasizing India's global stature.