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PM Modi Set to Leave for G20 in Bali

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is ready and set to attend the G20 Summit going to be held in Bali, Indonesia. This comes just weeks before G20 presidency from December 1. More than 80 percent of the world’s GDP and over 75 percent of the global trade is said to be represented by the bloc. Narendra Modi is also expected to hold meetings with the world leaders, apart from taking over the presidency,

Ten points on the G20 summit:

  • British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, US President Joe Biden, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, French President Emmanuel Macron, and Chinese President Xi Jinping are among the world leaders attending the summit.
  • “During the summit, the world leaders will deliberate over issues of contemporary relevance, including the state of economy, issues related to energy, environment, agriculture, health among others,” Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), Vinay Kwatra said on Sunday.
  • PM Modi will attend three sessions on digital transformation, food and energy securityand health, Vinay Kwatra mentioned.
  • While the Ukraine conflict is set to complete nine months on November 24 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin is going to skip the summit, but the conflict is set to remain a keypoint of the talk.
  • Chinese President Xi and US President Joe Biden are also expected to hold highly-anticipated talks over various issues which also includes Taiwan.
  • Last week, as PM Modi revealed thetheme,logo, and website of India’s G20 presidency, he said: “India’s G20 presidency is coming at a time of crisis and chaos in the world. The world is going through the after-effects of a disruptive once-in-a-century pandemic, conflicts, and a lot of economic uncertainty.”
  • The while lotus, a symbol of national heritage, features in the India G20 logo. India is thereby also sending a message of “One Earth, One Family, One Future”.
  • “The Summit is expected to produce the Leaders’ Declaration to support the acceleration of the world’s recovery.”“G20 countries will provide strategic guidance for the Pandemic Fund priorities. Currently, the Pandemic Fund is calling for funding proposals for the use of this funding accordingly,”a tweet said on the official handleby the host countryIndonesia last week.
  • G20 members include India, Germany,the United States Canada, Argentina, Russia, Australia, South Africa, Mexico, the Republic of KoreaBrazil, China, France, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the European Union.
  • The summit is set to take place at a time when the COP27 summit will be taking place in Egypt where world leaders will be prompted to think about the effects of climate change.

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