India has been positioning itself as a leading voice of developing countries known as the Global South in recent years.
Now, as president of the G20, Delhi could not have a bigger stage on which to deliver.
The world's 19 wealthiest nations plus the European Union account for 85% of global economic output and two-thirds of its population.
But as its foreign ministers meet in Delhi, any broader agreements that India hopes to deliver will largely depend on one key factor: the war in Ukraine.
When G20 leaders gathered last autumn in Bali, under Indonesia's presidency, Russian missiles hit key Ukrainian infrastructure targets as world leaders sat down for dinner. The joint communique clearly showed differences, with India, China and Russia reportedly not agreeing to unequivocal criticism of the invasion. บาคาร่า88