PM Modi set to attend the 17th G20 Summit in Bali, Indonesia
Prime Minister Narendra Modi would have several bilateral interactions with world leaders at the G20 Summit in Indonesia and brief them on India’s evolving G20 priorities, Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra said on Sunday ahead of PM Modi’s trip to Bali.
PM Modi will be attending G20 Summit on November 14-16th in Bali. During the G20 Summit, India will raise the issues of renewable energy and the digital revolution.
Kwatra said, “India’s G20 presidency hopes to provide new strength, direction and perspective to G20 discussions on diverse subjects which include green development, lifestyle for environment, digital transformation, inclusive and resilient growth and a, more importantly, a greater voice for the global south in issues of international economic cooperation as also on the need for reformed 21st-century institutions.”
Kwatra emphasized the importance of inclusive and resilient growth and said that the Prime Minister along with G20 leaders would deliberate extensively upon key issues of contemporary relevance, including the state of the global economy, energy, environment, agriculture, health, and digital transmission.
He added that on the side of the G20, PM Modi will also brief the summit on India’s evolving G20 priorities and review critical elements of bilateral engagement with the world leaders.
At G20 Summit in Bali this year, the Prime Minister will throw light on India’s evolving G-20 priorities and review critical elements of bilateral engagement with world leaders. Kwatra said that the use of technology is capable of delivering governance more efficiently and transparently, and therefore is an important subject. Technology and governance correlation has gained global recognition, and India’s own achievements in the field have been highlighted worldwide in the past few years, Kwatra noted.
[With Inputs from IANS]
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