New Delhi: Forward of attending the G20 meet and COP-26 World Leaders’ Summit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday mentioned that in Rome he can be conducting discussions on points equivalent to international financial and well being restoration from the covid-19 pandemic and can spotlight the equitable distribution of carbon area in Glasgow.
As per the PTI report, on the invitation of Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, PM Modi can be visiting Rome and Vatican Metropolis from October 29 to 31, 2021. Following this, Modi can be visiting Glasgow on the invitation of the UK Prime Minister Borris Johnson.
Over the subsequent few days, I might be in Rome, the Vatican Metropolis and Glasgow to attend necessary multilateral gatherings just like the @g20org and @COP26. There would even be varied bilateral and neighborhood associated programmes throughout this go to.https://t.co/0OXpm1Nhcy
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 28, 2021
Whereas noting that this would be the first in-person assembly for the reason that outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic, PM Modi mentioned, “In Rome, I’ll attend the sixteenth G20 Leaders’ Summit, the place I’ll be part of different G20 leaders in discussions on international financial and well being restoration from the pandemic, sustainable growth, and local weather change.”
Earlier right this moment, Prime Minister Workplace (PMO) tweeted the picture of PM Modi boarding the flight to Italy to take part within the G20 meet and COP-26 World Leaders’ Summit.
— PMO India (@PMOIndia) October 28, 2021
“Throughout my go to to Italy, I will even go to the Vatican Metropolis, to name on His Holiness Pope Francis and meet Secretary of State, His Eminence Cardinal Pietro Parolin,” PM Modi was quoted by PTI in its report.
Forward of the G20 summit, International Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla mentioned that the assembly will come out with a “very concrete end result” in administration and combating the present and future pandemic. “There’s a suggestion to create a mechanism to cater to the long run necessities,” Shringla was quoted by PTI in its report.
(With inputs from PTI)