PM Modi arrives in Italy to attend G-20 summit, know which issues India will raise in the meeting

 New Delhi, Jnn. PM Narendra Modi has reached Rome, Italy to attend the G-20 summit. He will attend the 16th G20 summit to be held from 30-31 October at the invitation of Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for a five-day visit to Italy and Britain late on Thursday night. He will be in Italy from 29 to 31 October. In Rome, he will address the meeting of the heads of state of the G20, an organization of the top 20 economically prosperous countries in the world. After this, Modi will go to the UK city of Glasgow where he will take part in the meeting of the United Nations (UN) on climate change organized under the aegis of CAP-26 from November 1 to 2.



PM Modi to participate in many bilateral meetings


During the next five days, the PM will participate in many multinational events and events, as well as several heads of state including Pope Francis, US President Joe Biden, Italy's PM Mauro Draghi, Britain's PM Boris Johnson, Australia's PM Scott Morrison in the Vatican. Will also hold bilateral meetings together.

These issues will be discussed


In a statement issued before leaving for a foreign trip, PM Modi said that in the G-20 meeting with the leaders of the member countries, economic and health recovery after the Corona epidemic will be discussed. Along with the current system of the world, there will also be a discussion on how the G-20 countries can help strengthen the global economy again after the pandemic. This will be the first face-to-face meeting of the heads of the countries of this group after the Corona period.

India can also raise the issue of terrorism


Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said on Thursday that India will take up issues related to cross-border terrorism, terror funding and terrorism-related activities with member countries at the G20 summit. He said that at present, terrorist funding and terrorism activities are having an impact on the world towards which India can attract the attention of global leaders.

Will keep his point on the issue of environmental protection


Before leaving for the tour, PM Modi tweeted that in the meeting of CAP-26 on November 1-2, 2021, important issues of environmental protection will be discussed with the heads of 120 countries of the world. He will give information about all the steps being taken by the Government of India for environmental protection.


These issues will also be discussed


Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said that issues like global health infrastructure and economic recovery will also be discussed in the G-20 summit. Concrete results can be drawn from the conference regarding the challenges facing the world, including combating the Kovid-19 epidemic. He said that the G20 forum is an important platform for India to interact with the world's important economies.

One Sun, One World, One Grid will launch


Regarding this visit, Foreign Secretary Harsh Shringla said that in Glasgow, PM Modi will participate in a special meeting of some selected top leaders under the chairmanship of British PM Johnson. He will later launch One Sun, One World, One Grid (OSOWOG) with the UK and Australian Prime Ministers and other top leaders.

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