PM Modi may attend 16th G20 summit in Italy
On Sunday, a piece of news was published concerning Modi’s Italy and U.K visit plans. According to the source, the Indian Prime Minister will visit Italy on 29th October to attend the G20 summit. During the meeting, PM will discuss the Afghanistan situation, conflict hurdles of climate change, and pandemics. Moreover, a source said as Modi will plan to follow united global dictates to overcome those conflicts.
On the invitation of Italian Premier Mario Draghi, PM Modi will attend the G-20 16th Summit in Rome from October 30-31. Since December last year, Italy has been presiding over the G-20.
The world’s major economies gather at the G-20 to discuss global economic developments. In addition to accounting for over 80% of global GDP, 75% of global trade, and 60% of the world’s population, its members control most of the world’s oil supply. A source said India remains scheduled to host the G-20 summit in 2023 for the first time.
“THE WORLD IS ORGANIZED BY THE WAR ECONOMY AND THE WAR CULTURE.”
They said Prime Minister Modi will offer an Indian perspective on how to bring an end to the major challenges facing the world. Moreover, he does expect to call for a united approach in Afghanistan and to combat global warming.
Following his arrival in Rome, Mr. Modi will head to Glasgow for the World Leaders’ Summit of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the MEA said.
As an invitation from his British counterpart Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister attends the climate summit.
The United Kingdom is hosting COP-26 from October 31 to November 12 as part of a partnership with Italy.
In its statement, the MEA noted that the World Leaders’ Summit (WLS) may hold from November 1 to 2. Over 120 countries are expected to attend the summit.