Gathering of world’s biggest economies overshadowed by war in Ukraine rather than what was on host nation India’s agenda.
Foreign ministers from the world’s largest economies have been meeting in New Delhi.
With India holding the presidency of the Group of 20 this year, host Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoped to set the agenda on issues such as global poverty and climate change.
But the war in Ukraine dominated – and highlighted deep divisions among G20 members.
So what are the chances for progress within the G20?
Presenter: Nick Clark
Vicky Pryce – Centre for Economics and Business Research in London
Nikita Sud – professor of politics of development at the University of Oxford
Chris Weafer – chief executive officer of Macro-Advisory, an independent global advisory firm