Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Rome from Delhi to attend the G-20 summit. He will attend the 16th G-20 summit on 30-31 October. The Prime Minister left Delhi on Thursday night for a five-day visit to Britain and Italy, first to attend the G-20 summit in Italy from October 29-31, followed by Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Glasgow, UK. In Glasgow, PM Modi will participate in CAP-26, a conference organized under the aegis of the United Nations on Climate Change on November 1 and 2.
Will participate in bilateral meetings
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will participate in the G-20, an organization of the world’s richest top 20 countries, in the next five days. Along with this, he will hold bilateral meetings with the heads of countries including Pope Francis, US President Joe Biden, Italy’s Prime Minister Mauro Draghi, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison at the Vatican.
Will discuss these issues
Before leaving for Italy, PM Modi had issued a statement in which he had told that he would discuss health and economic growth after the Corona epidemic in the G-20 conference. The global economy will also be discussed. Let us tell you that this will be the first face-to-face meeting of major countries after the Corona epidemic.
talk on terrorism
Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said that in the G-20 meeting, India will raise its voice on terrorism on the border, funding of terrorists and activities related to it. We all know how bad it is affecting the world, towards this problem India will attract the attention of all the countries.
One Sun, One World, One Grid to launch
Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla told that in Glasgow, Prime Minister Modi will participate in a special meeting chaired by the British Prime Minister, in that meeting PM Modi will lay the foundation of the launch of One Sun, One World, One Grid with the Prime Ministers of Britain and Australia. .
The purpose will be to connect the grid together
Let us tell you that One Sun, One World, One Grid will be under the International Solar Alliance, its first objective will be to connect every single grid running on solar energy in the world. The Prime Minister can launch some kind of new campaign to improve the infrastructure facilities in small island countries.
India’s participation in the environment
At present, India has become the country with the largest power potential under non-conventional energy sources in the world. India is one of the countries that is achieving the goals related to environmental protection and security. In the last seven years, India has seen a 250% increase in the generation of electricity from wind, solar and other sources.
Visit of Indian Prime Minister to Rome for the first time in 12 years
This is the first visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Rome, this is the first time in the last 12 years that an Indian Prime Minister has visited Rome. Indian Ambassador to Italy Dr. Nina Malhotra said that India-Italy relations have improved a lot in the last few years, the trade between the two countries has increased by about 36 percent this year. At present 700 companies of Italy are working in India, while 100 companies of India are working in Italy.
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