Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday began his Group of 20 (G20) inauguration speech by offering his "heartfelt condolences to everyone affected" by Morocco's deadly earthquake.
"It is my wish that all the injured people recover quickly," Modi said.
"In this difficult time, my thoughts are with Morocco, and we are prepared to offer every possible assistance."
Modi is hosting several world leaders this weekend in India's capital New Delhi, where some of the world's most pressing economic and environmental issues are expected to be discussed.
Among those attending the summit are US President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and French President Emmanuel Macron.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping is not attending, with Beijing giving no reason for the surprise miss.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, who cannot risk travel in case of arrest, will remain in Moscow, instead sending his foreign minister to represent the Kremlin.