Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to engage in over 15 bilateral meetings with leaders from around the world during the G20 Summit in New Delhi. The summit, scheduled for the coming weekend, will bring together top global leaders, offering an opportunity for diplomatic interactions.
On September 8, PM Modi is expected to meet with leaders from Mauritius, Bangladesh, and the United States. Subsequent bilateral meetings will include discussions with the UK, Japan, Germany, Italy, France, Canada, Comoros, Turkey, the UAE, South Korea, the EU, Brazil, and Nigeria.
Among the noteworthy attendees is Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who will be joined by her daughter Saima Wazed for the event. Key discussions are anticipated on topics ranging from rail link inaugurations to agreements facilitating local currency payments for citizens traveling between the two nations. Moreover, PM Modi is set to hold talks with US President Joe Biden, who is arriving in New Delhi ahead of the summit.
While the Ukraine war’s impact on the global economy will be a dominant topic, PM Modi will emphasize the importance of the UN’s 17 sustainable development goals, particularly in the context of the global pandemic’s adverse effects. Green development, women’s empowerment, and inclusive growth will also be key points of discussion during the summit.
Sources By Agencies