PM Narendra Modi will be leaving from New Delhi to participate in G-20 Summit at Indonesia. The G-20 Summit is going to be held at Bali on 15th and 16th November. US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Rushi Sunak, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, China President Xi Jinping will attend the summit while Russia President Vladmir Putin is expected to miss it. Narendra Modi will be staying in Bali for 45 hours.
According to the schedule, Narendra Modi will participate in 20 meetings and meet 10 World leaders to discuss about economical, defense and climate change issues. Mostly, he might meet Indian origin UK Prime Minister Rushi Sunak for the first time at the G-20 Summit. He will have bilateral talks discussing about Energy, digital transformation, energy security with world leaders on top of the issues related to Indian security and conservation of resources.
Narendra Modi will also discuss about taking over G-20 Presidency from 1st December by India. Officials from India and Indian envoy at G-20 are excited about this and they feel India can make a big statement in coming days with G-20 Presidency.
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