Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Indonesia tomorrow from Monday 14 November to 16 December to attend the G20 summit to be held in Bali, Indonesia. Where they will participate in many programs. PM Modi will lay out India’s vision for addressing key global challenges in the areas of health, post-pandemic economy and energy and food security here.
PM Modi will leave for the Indonesian city of Bali on Monday on a three-day visit to attend the Modi summit where wide-ranging discussions are expected to take place on global challenges, including the Ukraine conflict and its implications. This summit of the world’s largest economies to be held in Bali on November 15 and 16 is very important for New Delhi, as Indonesia will hand over the chairmanship of the G20 to India at the closing ceremony of this annual summit. Modi and other leaders will discuss issues such as the global economy, energy, environment and digital transformation.
Top leaders of the world will take part in the conference
The summit will also be attended by US President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Chinese President Xi Jinping. Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra said that on the sidelines of the summit, PM Modi will hold separate bilateral meetings with several leaders. “These bilateral meetings with other leaders are still in the process of being scheduled,” Kwatra said.
PM Modi will be involved in many important programs
Foreign Secretary Kwatra said Modi will participate in three key sessions of the G20 summit in Bali – food and energy security, digital transformation and health. He said Prime Minister Modi and other leaders will discuss issues such as the global economy, energy, environment, health and digital transformation. “The leaders of the G20 will discuss the challenges facing the world and underline the importance of multilateral cooperation to help address them,” he said.
Prime Minister Modi launched the logo of the G-20 summit, India will take over the presidency from December 1
India to chair the next G20 summit
The Foreign Secretary said the summit is very important for India as it will chair the group for a year from December 1. Kwatra said, “As the next chair, India will strive to provide a greater voice to issues of interest to the global south and to advance the G20 agenda in a balanced manner.” Indonesia is the current chair of the G20. India will formally assume the presidency of the G20 from December 1.
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