As India takes center stage in hosting the G20 summit this weekend, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is poised for a whirlwind diplomatic tour de force. Over the course of Friday through Sunday, PM Modi is slated to engage in over 15 bilateral meetings with leaders from across the globe, showcasing India’s commitment to international cooperation and diplomacy.
Official sources have revealed that the Prime Minister’s agenda brims with high-profile engagements. On Friday, he will commence his diplomatic marathon with bilateral meetings featuring the US President and the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, hosted at his official residence.
Saturday promises to be equally eventful as PM Modi prepares for one-on-one discussions with the leaders of the UK, Japan, Germany, and Italy, all while participating in the G20 events.
Sunday unfolds with a working lunch meeting scheduled with French President Emmanuel Macron, promising substantive discussions and collaboration. Further adding to the diplomatic endeavors, a pull-aside meeting with the Canadian counterpart is on the cards.
PM Modi’s diplomatic overtures extend across continents, encompassing bilateral meetings with the leaders of Comoros, Turkiye, the UAE, South Korea, the EU/EC, Brazil, and Nigeria. This whirlwind of diplomacy underscores India’s commitment to fostering global partnerships and addressing pressing global challenges.