G20 Summit 2022: What is G-20 conference, why is it special for India? , G20 Summit 2022

Publish Date: 14 Nov, 2022 |

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to Indonesia to participate in the G-20 summit. PM Modi will participate in 20 programs in this program to be held in Bali, Indonesia. During this, India's side can keep its point regarding health, recovery from the crisis of the economy after the pandemic and energy-food security. In such a situation, there is a lot of discussion about PM Modi's visit to Indonesia. Along with this, people also want to know what is the G-20 summit, where PM Modi is going and why it is important for India.

G-20 Summit Importance

The 17th G-20 summit is considered very important for India as India will preside over the G-20 for one year starting from 1 December. During the presidency of the G-20, India, Indonesia and Brazil will form a trio. This is the first time in the G-20 that this trio will include developing countries and emerging economies. The heads of states of other countries including India, China and America will attend the G-20 summit. 

A wide-ranging discussion is expected on global challenges, including the Russia-Ukraine conflict and its implications. Indonesia will hand over the G-20 presidency to India at the closing ceremony of this annual conference. India as the next chair will try to give a greater voice to issues of global interest. Along with this, the G-20 will take forward the agenda.

Leaders participating in G-20 Summit

The G20 summit will also be attended by Chinese President Xi Jinping, US President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and French President Emmanuel Macron. PM Modi is attending the summit at the invitation of Indonesian President Joko Widodo. At the same time, Russian President Vladimir Putin is not attending this conference, while Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky Vachurali will attend.


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