G20 Summit Bali: 2022 PM Modi will hold 20 meetings in 45 hours in Indonesia India's eye on 2023

Publish Date: 14 Nov, 2022 |
 

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Bali on 14 November to attend the G20 Summit 2022. This summit is being conducted in Bali on 15-16 this year. PM Modi will reach Bali airport around 12.30 midnight. After this, he will attend various meetings of the G-20 on 15 and 16 November. During this, Modi will also hold bilateral talks with the heads of states of Indonesia, Britain, France, Singapore, Australia, Germany and Spain. What is this summit? Why is it special for India? And what are the important issues going to be there in this summit this year. 

PM Modi gives statement on G-20 Summit

Prime Minister Modi said, I will be in Bali, Indonesia from 14 to 16 November to attend the 17th G-20 meeting. I look forward to addressing the Indian community in Bali on 15 November. PM Modi said, I will discuss with world leaders on various issues including global growth, food, energy security and health. During this, I will highlight India's achievements and commitments to deal with global challenges.

Importance of Summit for India

This summit of the world's largest economies, to be held in Bali on November 15 and 16, is very important for India, as Indonesia will hand over the chairmanship of the G-20 to India at the closing ceremony of this annual summit. PM Modi and other leaders will discuss issues like global economy, energy, environment and digital transformation. US President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Chinese President Xi Jinping will also participate in the summit.

 

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