He emphasised that an Aatmanirbhar Bharat will be a strong pillar of a resilient post-Covid world economy and global value chains.
The final declaration was released after the two-day G20 Leaders Summit, attended among others by Prime Minister Modi, outgoing US President Donald Trump, and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
The entire world can progress faster if there is greater support of technology and finance to the developing world, Modi said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is among those participating in the closed-door virtual sessions that are taking place of the G20 Summit on Saturday and Sunday.
Three G-20 leaders participating in the summit have been infected by the coronavirus this year: Boris Johnson, Jair Bolsonaro and Trump.
However, only 13 minutes into the summit, Trump was sending tweets focused on his efforts to overturn the results of the US presidential election.
Modi also said that 'Work from Anywhere' is a new normal in the post-COVID world and suggested creation of a virtual G20 secretariat.
China ready to resolve disputes through dialogue, pursue peaceful coexistence: Xi Jinping at G20 Summit
Addressing the virtual G20 Summit hosted by Saudi Arabia's King Salman, Xi said China will always be a builder of global peace, a contributor to global development and defender of international order.
A finance ministry statement said that one of the key outcomes of the G20 Action Plan has been the Debt Service Suspension Initiative.
The G-20 announcement was made on Twitter during a meeting of the group's finance ministers and central bank governors.
The Digital Economy Ministers meeting will take place as part of the Sherpa Track for the G20 Leaders Summit 2020, which is to be hosted by Saudi Arabia at the end of 2020.
Among the G20 countries, China was the largest bilateral creditor as its outstanding liabilities against Pakistan piled up to USD 9 billion, followed by Japan with USD 5 billion.
Pakistan has also intimated to the IMF, the World Bank and the Paris Club about its decision to formally seek debt relief.
The meeting will continue to discuss and take urgent actions needed to address the global challenge presented by the novel coronavirus.
The leaders of the G20 last week pledged to inject USD 5 trillion into the global economy to counter the pandemic amid forecasts of deep recession.