G20 Sherpas of India and France hold virtual meet, share insights on vaccine equity, IPR matters
India on December 1 last year joined the G20 Troika which also includes Indonesia and Italy
Commerce and Industry Minister and India’s G20 Sherpa Piyush Goyal on Monday held a meeting with French G20 Sherpa Emmanuel Bonne and shared insights on economic recovery, vaccine equity, IPR matters, technology transfer, sustainable lifestyles and biodiversity.
A tweet by the Spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs described the meeting as "fruitful".
“CIM & G20 Sherpa @PiyushGoyal held a fruitful virtual meeting with French G20 Sherpa Emmanuel Bonne today. Shared insights on economic recovery, vaccine equity, IPR matters, technology transfer, sustainable lifestyles & biodiversity. Also reviewed India-France cooperation in G20 context,” the post said.
India on December 1 last year joined the G20 Troika which consists of Indonesia, Italy, and India - the current, previous and incoming G20 Presidencies, respectively.
The G20 is the premier forum for international economic cooperation, which reflects a recognition that global prosperity is interdependent and our economic opportunities and challenges are interlinked.
As a Troika member, India will work closely with Indonesia and Italy to ensure consistency and continuity of the G20’s agenda.
On December 7-8, 2021, India’s G20 Sherpa Goyal, participating in the first Sherpa Meeting convened by Indonesia, the current G20 President, expressed support for an inclusive approach, with pragmatic and human-centric solutions to global issues.