Prime Minister Narendra Modi has arrived at Apurva Kempisnky Hotel in Bali to participate in the food and energy security session at the 17th G20 Leaders’ Summit. Indonesian President Joko Widodo greeted Prime Minister Modi at the site.
The two leaders shook hands when they met at the Apurva Kempisnky hotel in Bali. PM Narendra Modi is on a three-day visit to Bali to attend the G20 Leaders Summit. After arriving in Bali, Prime Minister Modi tweeted: “Grateful to the Indian community for the warm welcome to Bali!”
At the summit, PM Modi will hold extensive discussions with other G20 leaders on issues of global concern, including reviving global growth, food and energy security, environment, health and digital transformation.
PM Modi will meet with leaders of several other participating countries on the sidelines of the G20 summit and discuss progress in India’s bilateral relations with them.
In a departure statement ahead of his visit to Bali, Prime Minister Modi said he was looking forward to addressing Bali’s Indian community at a reception on November 15. In the statement, Prime Minister Modi said he will speak about India’s achievements and the nation’s “unwavering commitment” to tackling global challenges at the G20 summit.
According to the Prime Minister’s Office departure statement, “India’s G20 presidency will be based on the theme of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ or ‘One Earth One Family One Future’, which underscores the message of equitable growth and a shared future for all. “
Indonesian President Widodo will hand over the G20 presidency to India at the closing ceremony of the Bali summit. India will officially assume the Presidency of the G20 from December 1, 2022. PM Modi will personally invite G20 members and other invitees to the G20 summit to be held in India in 2023.
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