PM Modi will participate in the summit of the G-20 group of countries in Italy from October 29 to 31. On the sidelines of the G20 summit, Modi will also meet leaders of other allies.
PM Modi arrives in Rome to attend 6th G20 summit
PM Modi arrived in Rome on Friday to attend the 16th G20 summit. This is the first in-person G20 summit since the outbreak of the global pandemic in early 2020. On the first day of his visit, PM Modi paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at Piazza Gandhi in Rome. Floral tributes were paid to his statue. During this, PM Modi also met the people of the Indian community gathered at Piazza Gandhi in Rome. People welcomed PM Modi by raising slogans of Modi-Modi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be on a visit to Rome and Glasgow till November 2
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be on a visit to Rome and Glasgow from October 29 to November 2. Foreign Secretary told The Prime Minister will be in Rome (Italy) to attend the summit of the Group of 20 countries in Italy from 29 to 31 October. After this, at the 26th Conference of Parties (COP-26), he will participate in the summit meeting of world leaders. Will go to Glasgow, UK.
People of the Indian community will meet PM Modi
The people of the Indian community in Rome were very excited to meet PM Modi. During this many people tried to shake hands with PM Modi. But due to Corona protocol, PM Modi was seen saluting everyone.
What will happen at the G20 summit
On the first day of the summit, there will be discussions on ‘Global Economy and Global Health’. While on the second day a speech will be given by the Prince of Wales on the role of personal finance in the fight against climate change. Along with this, on the second-day world leaders will also deliberate on climate change and other issues including the environment, sustainable development.
According to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO).
Modi was received by senior officials of the Italian government and the Ambassador of India to Rome. PM Modi’s visit to Rome and Vatican City till October 31 is taking place at the invitation of his Italian counterpart Mario Draghi. Modi will also meet leaders of other allies on the sidelines of the G20 summit. and will review progress in India’s bilateral relations with him. Modi will meet Pope Francis at Vatican. Foreign Minister will call on Cardinal Pietro Parolin.