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G20 summit in Delhi will see ‘biggest turnout in forum history’

The Group of Twenty (G20) comprises 19 countries

New Delhi:

India will host the G20 summit next month which will see the ‘biggest turnout’ in the group’s history, with arrangements in place for the mega-event, including that for the stay of leaders of member countries and countries guests.

Delhi police will be in charge of security and medical facilities will be available 24/7 at the hotels, officials said.

The Group of Twenty (G20) includes 19 countries: Germany, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, United States, United Kingdom and European Union.

India has invited Bangladesh, Egypt, Mauritius, Netherlands, Nigeria, Oman, Singapore, Spain and UAE as guest countries for the mega-event.

The White House had earlier announced that US President Joe Biden would visit India from September 7-10 to attend the G20 leaders’ summit.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office has announced that he will travel to India to attend the G20 summit in New Delhi from September 9-10.

Leaders will gain a rich insight into India’s vast and diverse culinary traditions as well as its rich arts and crafts heritage.

There will be a symbolic tree planting event at Bharat Mandapam with saplings representing different countries.

Muktesh K Pardeshi, G20 Special Secretary for Operations, told ANI in an exclusive interview that they have formed a large number of teams that will handle the entire operation including the arrival of the leaders. at the airport, their bilateral meetings, hospitality and food. .

“Planning is in its final stages. We are finalizing the program and the various arrangements, including traffic management, hospitality arrangements and who will do what. We have created a large number of teams, small but efficient, and these The teams take care of all the operations, from arrival at the airport to managing the needs of the delegations, their bilateral meetings, the type of hospitality, food, etc. So the G20 Secretariat is there to provide end-to-end organizational support to all visiting delegations,” he said.

G20 members represent about 85 percent of global GDP, more than 75 percent of global trade and about two-thirds of the world’s population.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his Mann ki Baat program earlier this month that India was fully prepared for the G20 leaders’ summit.

Leaders from 40 countries and many global organizations will come to Delhi to participate in this event.

“This will be the largest attendance ever in the history of the G20 Summit. During its presidency, India has made the G20 a more inclusive forum. The African Union has also joined the G20 at the invitation of India and the voice of the peoples of Africa has reached this important global platform,” he said.

The prime minister said around 200 G20-related meetings had been held in 60 cities across the country.

“Wherever the G20 delegates went, people warmly welcomed them. These delegates were very impressed with the diversity of our country and our vibrant democracy. They also realized there were so many opportunities in India,” he said.

The 18th G20 Heads of State and Government Summit in New Delhi will be the culmination of all G20 processes and meetings held throughout the year between ministers, senior officials and civil societies. A G20 Leaders’ Statement will be adopted following the New Delhi summit, affirming the leaders’ commitment to the priorities discussed and agreed at the respective ministerial meetings and working groups.

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