PM Modi proposes to include African Union in G-20, writes letter to member countries
G-20 Membership: PM Modi has written a letter to the G-20 countries proposing full membership to the African Union in its upcoming summit to be held in India. The African Union continental body comprises 55 countries.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has written a letter to the leaders of G-20 countries to include African Union in this group. PM Modi has written a letter to the G-20 countries proposing full membership of the African Union in their upcoming summit to be held in India.
Sources said the Prime Minister has taken a bold step to raise Africa's voice on the global stage and shape the future of our shared world. This allows the African Union to keep its voice strong.
Sources said PM Modi has written to his counterparts in the G20 proposing that the African Union be granted full membership at the upcoming G20 Delhi summit, as requested by them.
Let us tell you that PM Modi has led from the front to include the African Union. At the same time, they strongly advocate and support it. The African Union continental body comprises 55 countries.
During India's G-20 presidency, PM Modi is particularly focused on including the priorities of African countries in the G-20 agenda.