PM Modi Emmanuel Macron Meeting: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is currently on a tour of Indonesia. PM Modi reached Bali on Monday to attend the G-20 summit and participate in bilateral meetings with world leaders. The two-day G-20 summit has started from Tuesday (15 November). Leaders of countries with 20 major economies of the world including US President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, French President Emmanuel have participated in this.
PM Modi will hold a bilateral meeting with the leaders of many countries including the President of France on Wednesday (November 16). French President Emmanuel Macron will also host a lunch for India’s PM Narendra Modi. It is also a sign of the influence of PM Modi and the warm relations between the two countries. There will be a bilateral meeting between the two leaders at 9:30 am Indian time.
Will hold bilateral meeting with leaders of many countries
Before this, PM Modi will hold a bilateral meeting with the President of Indonesia at 8:30 am and the President of Spain at 9 am. After this, PM Modi will have bilateral meetings with the heads of state of Singapore, Germany, Italy, Australia and the UK. Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the G-20 summit session on Tuesday. Apart from this, PM Modi held informal talks with US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, French President Emmanuel Macron and many other global leaders on the sidelines of the conference.
PM Modi addressed the G-20 summit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also addressed the G-20 summit on Tuesday. He said that today the world has more expectations from G-20. The relevance of our group has increased. Global supply chains have collapsed, there is a crisis of essential commodities all over the world. The challenges are greater for the poor citizens of every country. For them, everyday life was already a struggle. The responsibility of creating a new world order after the Covid-19 pandemic is on our shoulders.
met people from the Indian community
After participating in the G-20 Summit, PM Modi also participated in the program of the Indian community. PM Modi also addressed the people of the Indian community during this period. Let us tell you that Indonesia is the current chairman of G-20. From December 1, India will formally take over the presidency of the G20.
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