Under India’s leadership of the G20, the Indian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Vikram Doraiswami, stated that the G20 is not merely an international occurrence but would also assist in moving the global discourse towards problems of interest to all developing countries.
According to him, the G20 presents India with a special opportunity to advance issues that are important to developing nations. The Indian High Commissioner to the UK said that the 77th anniversary of India’s independence is an important turning point when asked how the nation’s G20 leadership made it appropriate. He claimed that while India was free at the time of its independence, much remained to be done.
In an interaction with ANI, he remarked, “We were free, but we had so much to accomplish in terms of poverty reduction, healthcare, educational opportunities, relocation of individuals who had lost everything, and, due to division, knitting back communities together after the terrible events that accompanied dividing lives so much. The speed with which we could put India firmly on the map internationally,” he concluded.
The G20, he maintained, would also help India gain greater international recognition. Doraiswami stated, “It (the G20) gives us a chance not only to showcase all of India, not just to be the host of a large event, but to help move the global conversation towards an important topic of interest to all developing countries. According to a statement from him, the G20 provides India with a special opportunity to advance issues that are important to us as well as to other developing countries in a similar situation. It demonstrates the progress we’ve made in digital development from our perspective.
Tuesday in London was the 77th Independence Day, which was commemorated by the Indian High Commission in the United Kingdom (UK) by raising the Indian tricolor. Vikram Doraiswami, the Indian High Commissioner to the UK, together with Indian Army officials, NCC cadets from India, and British authorities, were present at the ceremony, which was held outside the Indian High Commission in London.
To celebrate India’s anniversary of independence, several members of the Indian community and citizens of the Kingdom of England gathered outside the high commission and waved the tricolor. During the festivities, members of the Indian diaspora could also be seen singing both the national anthem of India and the stirring “Vande Mataram” song.
In conjunction with the 77th anniversary of Independence Day celebrations, the Uttar Pradesh government has organized a bike trip. The motorcycle riders from @MotoGPBharat were a particular draw for today’s event. At Buddha International Circuit in September, @UPGovt will host the @MotoGP race. “@VDoraiswami @sujitjoyghosh @MEAIndia,” tweeted the Indian High Commission in the United Kingdom.
The Indian High Commission enthusiastically observed the Independence Day holiday all throughout the world. An earlier commemoration of India’s 77th Independence Day was held at the Indian Embassy in Russia in conjunction with a sizable Indian population. While raising the national flag, Ambassador Pavan Kapoor presented flowers in honor of Mahatma Gandhi.
On the anniversary of the country’s 77th Independence Day, the Indian embassy in Kuwait raised the tricolor. The Indian embassy in Kathmandu had a party earlier to honor the country’s 77th anniversary of independence. The event was a part of the Union government’s “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” project, which was created to commemorate 75 years of India’s independence as well as the great accomplishments of Indians in a variety of fields.
The national flag of India was raised in the nation of the Gulf by the Indian Ambassador to Nepal, Naveen Srivastava. (ANI)