Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Bali, Indonesia on Monday. During this, he will attend the 17th G-20 Summit to be held in Bali. The Ministry of External Affairs has given this information. Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra informed that at the Bali summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with other G-20 leaders will deliberate on key issues of contemporary relevance including global economy, energy, environment, agriculture, health and digital transformation.
PM Modi will be attending the 17th G-20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia from tomorrow. India will hold the presidency of G20 for one year starting from 1st December.
The Foreign Secretary informed that PM Modi will attend three working sessions at the Bali Summit. During the summit, PM Modi will hold several bilateral meetings with G-20 leaders. He said that India, Indonesia and Brazil would be a triumvirate during India's G-20 chairmanship. This is the first time in the G20 that this trio will include developing countries and emerging economies.