Prime Minister Narendra Modi invites President Azali Assoumani of the African Union to join the G20 as a permanent member.

The G20 may be renamed G21 to reflect this inclusive move.

Azali Assoumani takes his seat among world leaders, symbolizing the African Union's participation in global economic cooperation.

India advocates for a G20 that represents the interests of the Global South.

The Ministry of External Affairs hails this as a significant outcome of India's G20 presidency.

The African Union, established in 2022, has 55 members and a collective GDP of $3 trillion, representing over 1.4 billion people.

Six junta-ruled nations are currently suspended from the African Union.

PM Modi's proposal for the African Union's inclusion in the G20 gains traction and is enshrined in the summit's draft communique.

India's proactive stance in shaping international economic cooperation is highlighted through this historic invitation.

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