‘Modi most sought after leader at G20 summit’

modi-g20-picBRISBANE: India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the most sought after leader at the G20 summit of the world’s leading economies, says Suresh Prabhu, India’s Sherpa for the G20 summit and the country’s railways minister.
Besides attending the G20 summit, where Mr Modi made his presence felt by underlining India’s commitment to economic reforms and exhorting the world to closely coordinate to take urgent action on black money, also held a clutch of bilateral meeting. He held a series of meetings with, among others, the leaders of the US, Britain, France, Germany and Saudi Arabia.
“India has affirmed commitment to crack down on black money,” Mr Prabhu told reporters in Brisbane at the end of the G20 summit.
“There was clearly a personality factor at play,” Syed Akbaruddin, the spokesperson of India’s external affairs ministry, said while alluding to various meetings Mr Modi held with world leaders. He added that the prime minister’s pet schemes like Make in India initiative and the financial inclusion plan entitled Jan Dhan Yojana garnered approval from the leaders of the G20 economies.

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