Know India’s G20 Presidency Agriculture Team For G20

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Aligning with India’s G20 Presidency theme of ‘One Earth, One Family, One Future’, the Agriculture Working Group (AWG) aspires to enhance cooperation among G20 nations.

Chandigarh (ABC Live): Today is the 73rd day of India’s G20 Presidency as of date 15 meetings of various working groups have been organized and 16th is all set to be concluded today in Bengaluru.

The ABC Research team is keeping a close watch on all meetings and events organize under India’s G20 Presidency and will publish a research report on India’s G20 Presidency after New Delhi G20 summit 2023.

The 1st Agriculture Deputies Meeting (ADM) will be held at Indore from 13/02/2023 to 15/02/2023 wherein the ADM will Stock taking of G-20 initiatives in Agriculture and discuss on Global Forum on Climate Smart Agriculture for Food Security.

Before reporting on India’s G20 Presidency of G20, ABC Team working on India’s G20 Presidency refers an official website of department of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare to our readers with sole aim with enabling them to know group of persons and their understandings responsible for creating India’s impact on G20 agriculture agenda.

The department of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare on its official website says, “Aligning with India’s G20 Presidency theme of ‘One Earth, One Family, One Future’, the Agriculture Working Group (AWG) aspires to enhance cooperation among G20 nations. The summit provides the member countries with an opportunity to coordinate at the policy level to work towards achieving global economic stability and sustainable growth. Concerning agriculture, the current challenges that member nations face are food insecurity, gaps in the global value chain, crop productivity due to climate change, and employment. Through the Issue note, the aim is to address these challenges.”

Following are Government of India officers/officials responsible for accomplishing the above aimed task on behalf of India at G20.

Manoj Ahuja, Session Chair, AWG-G20 Secretary, DOA&FW, MoA&FW

Dr. Abhilaksh Likhi, Additional Secretary

Dr. Pramod Kumar Meherda, Additional Secretary

Dr. Smita Sirohi, Session Co-chair, AWG-G20 Joint Secretary

Ritesh Chauhan, Joint Secretary

Vijay Rajmohan, Director

Muktanand Agrawal, Director, Logistics

Pankaj Singh, Under Secretary

Shashank Sahu, Under Secretary

Following are the events on Agriculture@ G20:





1st Agriculture Deputies Meeting (ADM), Indore


13-15 February 2023


2nd Agriculture Deputies Meeting (ADM)


29-31 March 2023


Meeting of Agricultural Chief Scientists (MACS)


17-19 April 2023


3rd ADM* & G-20 Agriculture Ministers Meeting (AMM)


15-17 June 2023


The Theme of India’s G20 Presidency is “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” or “One Earth·One Family. One Future” and it would be interesting to know that how the theme of India’s G20 Presidency Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam will be reflected in final declaration of G20 on Environment and Climate.

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