India holds G20 presidency; focus on digital transformation

Bali: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has assumed the post of G20 chairman. At the closing ceremony of the summit, Indonesian President Joko Widodo handed over the G20 chairmanship to India. After assuming charge, the Prime Minister said that India is focusing on digital transformation.

The chairmanship is for one year. India will officially hold the G20 presidency from December 1.

It is a matter of pride for every Indian to assume the presidency of G20. We will organize G20 meetings in various states and cities of India. Together we will make the G20 a catalyst for global change. India’s G20 chairmanship will be inclusive and action-oriented. All are invited to attend the summit held in India, the mother of democracy. Only 50 countries have digital payment systems. The Prime Minister also stated that citizens of most developing countries do not have any kind of digital identity.

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