Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who went to Italy on a five-day visit, attended the G20 summit at the Roma Convention Center in Rome. The PM described the G-20 summit held here as meaningful.
PM Modi arrives in Glasgow to participate in the world’s largest climate conference
went to Italy on a five-day tour. Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the G20 summit at the Roma Convention Center in Rome on Saturday. The two-day meeting of the leaders of the G-20 member countries concluded on Sunday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi described the G-20 summit held here as meaningful. He said that world leaders discussed in detail issues of global importance such as combating the pandemic, improving health infrastructure, promoting economic cooperation, and promoting innovation.
The two-day meeting of the G20 concluded on Sunday
In which the Rome Declaration was accepted. In this manifesto, emphasis has been laid on strengthening the health system. It has been said that anti-Covid-19 vaccination is in the interest of the public globally.
PM Modi tweeted
Leaving for Glasgow after attending the meaningful G20 summit in Rome. During this conference, we discussed in detail issues of global importance such as combating the pandemic, improving health infrastructure, promoting economic cooperation, and promoting innovation.
The conference will continue till November 13.
The best ways to tackle global warming will be discussed at the United Nations Climate Summit in Glasgow, Scotland, starting on Sunday. In which representatives of about 200 countries are participating. This convention is also being called COP26. The conference will continue till November 13. More than 100 leaders from around the world will attend the start of the summit on Monday and Tuesday. Which is known as the high-level segment.
These leaders include US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Apart from this, German Chancellor Angela Merkel will also attend. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Glasgow to attend this conference. Queen Elizabeth II and Pope Francis have canceled their visit to Glasgow. While Chinese President Xi Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will not attend the event in person. But they can give speeches through video links.