On November 22, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will preside over a virtual G20 leaders' meeting. The Prime Minister declared at the closing session of the G20 summit in New Delhi in September that India would hold a virtual summit before the end of India's G20 leadership. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, all G20 leaders, including the African Union, have been invited. There will be nine guest countries and the heads of 11 international organizations. The summit's outcomes and action points, including the virtual summit, will be carried forward.
The topics from the previous day's 2nd Voice of the Global South Summit will also be shared at the summit. The virtual G20 Summit is expected to encourage the effective implementation of various G20 decisions, especially on key national and international forums. India holds the G20 presidency until November 30.