Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave for Argentina today to attend the G-20 summit. Talking to media in New Delhi, Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale said, there will be three sessions during the summit. He said, Mr Modi will take part in G -20 summit and also attend several bilateral meetings on the sideline of the summit.
Mr. Gokhale said that the leaders would also likely to see what G- 20 had achieved since its inception. He said, the Prime Minister will be speaking on several welfare schemes including Ayushman Bharat, soil health card, MUDRA Yojna among other issues in Putting People First session.
He said that there would be 3 sessions in the summit.
As per information received, G-20 is a leading forum of the world’s major economies that seeks to develop global policies to address today’s most pressing economic challenges.
The G20 was instrumental in stabilizing the world economy. Since then, its agenda has expanded to include additional issues affecting financial markets, trade and development.