G20 Summit 2022: India will take over the presidency, 200 meetings will be held at 55 places throughout the year

Publish Date: 01 Dec, 2022 |

From Thursday i.e. December 1, India will formally take over the presidency of G-20, a group of economically prosperous countries of the world, for one year. During this time India will have a unique opportunity to contribute to the global agenda on issues of international importance. To make this occasion special, the center has made special preparations. On the other hand, on this occasion, 100 centrally protected monuments, including UNESCO World Heritage Sites spread across the country, will be illuminated for a week.

200 meetings in 32 sectors

During the presidency of G-20, India will organize around 200 meetings in 32 different sectors at 55 places in the country. The G-20 summit to be held next year will be one of the highest-level meetings hosted by India. The first meeting of the G-20 will be held in Udaipur in the first week of December. It may be known that Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the G-20 logo, theme, and website at the beginning of November under the chairmanship of India. The lotus flower in its logo is a symbol of India's ancient heritage, faith, and ideology.

PM Modi launches new website and logo

After the announcement of the chairmanship of G20, PM Modi unveiled the new logo theme and website of G20 through video conferencing. Addressing this occasion, he said that the logo of GA20 is not just a symbol but it is a message. It is a feeling that runs in our veins. This is a resolution, which has been included in our thinking. The PM said in his address that from December 1, India will chair the G20. This is a historic occasion for India, so today the website, theme, and logo of this summit have been launched. He said that on this occasion, I congratulate all the countrymen a lot.


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