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G-20 meeting of Anti Corruption Working Group begins in Gurugram

Published on March 01, 2023
Current Context: The G-20 meeting of Anti Corruption Working Group in Gurugram was the first meeting of the group under India's chairpersonship and Italy as the co-chair country. The meeting was held from 1st to 3rd March 2023 at a hotel in Gurugram, Haryana.
G-20 meeting of Anti Corruption Working Group begins in Gurugram
  • The meeting was inaugurated by Union Minister of State for Personnel & PMO, Dr Jitendra Singh who said that India will reaffirm unified action to ensure zero tolerance against corruption and deepen commitments towards countering graft globally.
  • The meeting was attended by over 90 delegates from 20 members countries, 10 invitee countries and 9 international organizations such as the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
  • The meeting focused on topics such as asset recovery fugitive economic offender formal and informal channels of cooperation for information sharing,beneficial ownership transparency, and capacity building.
  • The meeting also discussed ways to strengthen law enforcement cooperation for action against corruption and related economic crimes
  • The meeting concluded with a call for enhancing mutual legal assistance, extradition requests, asset recovery requests, exchange of financial intelligence and other information among G-20 members.
  • The meeting also agreed on a draft work plan for 2023-24 which will be submitted to the G-20 leaders' summit in Jakarta later this year.

Question:

Q.1 Which country was the co-chair of the G-20 meeting of Anti Corruption Working Group in Gurugram?
a. Italy
b. France 
c. Germany
d. Japan
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