Amaravati: India has assumed the presidency of G-20, which is known as the strongest alliance in the world. These responsibilities were transferred to India during the recent G-20 meetings held in Indonesia. It was announced that India will assume the presidency of the G-20 from December 1. India’s External Affairs Minister Jaishankar said that at a time when there are many political challenges in the world, India feels it is a responsibility to assume the presidency of the G-20. He spoke at a conference at the G-20 University Connect..Engaging Young Minds event held in Delhi on Thursday. He said that India is acting against the plan against terrorism and black money and G-20 will be useful to solve the global economic and development challenges. India will continue to chair the G-20 for the rest of the year. During the year, 200 meetings will be organized in 32 regions across the country on various topics. The G-20 logo is inspired by the tricolor flag in the context of the responsibilities of the presidency. This logo will be displayed on 100 monuments in the country.