The G-20 reaffirmed past commitments to mobilize $100 billion annually to help poorer countries cope with climate change, and committed to scaling up financing for helping them adapt.
The call for more collective help for low-income countries sounded a theme running through the summit, which faces a global economy recovering at different speeds.
Host leader, Itlay Prime Minister Mario Draghi opened the forum with a sharp call for redoubled efforts to get vaccines to the world's least-prosperous countries.
Prime Minister Modi, in his first in-person meeting with his Italian counterpart Mario Draghi pointed out that the root causes of the problems in Afghanistan were really had to be looked into.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a telephonic conversation with his Italian counterpart Mario Draghi late on Friday night.