Gandhi’s itinerary includes meetings with EU lawyers in Brussels on September 7, followed by a similar gathering in The Hague. On September 8, the former Congress president will address students at a university in Paris, fostering dialogue and exchange of ideas.
In a testament to his commitment to diverse engagements, Gandhi will participate in a meeting of the Labour Union of France in Paris on September 9. His journey will then take him to Norway, where he will address a diaspora event in Oslo on September 10.
The Congress leader is expected to return by September 11, just after the conclusion of the G20 Leaders Summit, which will be held from September 9-10 in Delhi.
India is hosting the G20 summit in its capacity as the current president of the grouping. This prestigious event is set to be attended by over 30 heads of state, top officials from the European Union and invited guest countries, and 14 heads of international organizations.
Rahul Gandhi’s European tour promises to be an enriching experience, fostering connections, sharing perspectives, and contributing to international discourse.