“G20 Showdown: World Leaders Unite for Food Security Revolution! Shocking Collaboration Between Brazil and India Revealed!”

Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the president of Brazil, met with Narendra Modi, the prime minister of India, during the G20 Summit, and the two agreed to strengthen their collaboration on rural development and sustainable agriculture.

New Delhi: Carlos Favero, the Brazilian minister of agriculture and livestock, is scheduled to visit New Delhi from November 1 to November 3 and is scheduled to meet with Piyush Goyal, the Indian minister of consumer affairs, food, and public distribution.

The timing of Favero’s visit coincides with a global push for open, unrestricted, and trustworthy food supply chains as well as a desire to minimize the negative effects of unfair trade barriers and protectionist policies on agricultural trade. Both parties are anticipated to concentrate on working together on ethanol and biofuels.

According to a government source, “During his Delhi trip, Carlos Favero would seek to engage in substantive discussions with Piyush Goyal on future cooperation initiatives.”

Amid rising food and oil costs, G20 leaders stated in September that they were committed to ensuring global food security and nutrition. They emphasized the urgent need for research collaboration on crops other than conventional staples like rice, wheat, and maize, including climate-resilient and nutrient-dense crops like millets, quinoa, and sorghum. They expressed their commitment to eradicating hunger and malnutrition.

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, the president of Brazil, and Narendra Modi, the prime minister of India, met during the G20 Summit and vowed to strengthen their cooperation in sustainable agriculture and rural development to protect food and nutrition security on a multilateral scale. both nations and the entire world. They were pleased that collaborative technical committees had been established to facilitate trade in agriculture and livestock products.

The expansion of the preferential trade deal between India and Mercosur is also being discussed by the two nations.

During a news conference in New Delhi, questions remained unanswered for the representatives of the Brazilian Embassy and the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food, and Public Distribution.

Food security around the world is a hot topic. The goal of COP28, which will be presided over by the UAE, is to transform food systems to ensure that they are aligned with national determined contributions (NDCs), national adaptation plans (NAPs), and national biodiversity strategies, according to Mariam Al-Mehiri, the Minister of Climate Change and Environment of the United Arab Emirates, who stated this in a September interview with Mint. She added that she would send the COP28 food agenda for signature to the agriculture ministers of every member nation.

The export of goods including wheat, sugar, dairy products, coffee, and more has expanded significantly over the past several decades, which has contributed significantly to the growth of the agricultural trade. According to the most recent data from the Indian Ministry of Commerce, for example, the export of agricultural and related products increased in value from 2.5 trillion in 2017–18 to 3.74 trillion in 2021–22.

Both Brazilian and Indian presidents emphasized the necessity of a fair and impartial energy transition during the G20 summit. They placed a lot of emphasis on how biofuels and flex-fuel vehicles can help developing nations reduce their transportation sector’s carbon footprint. They also praised cross-border bioenergy projects involving the public and business sectors. Moreover, during its G20 presidency, India welcomed the foundation of the Global Biofuels Alliance, of which both nations were founding members.

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