Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi arrived in Japan to attend G-20 Summit 2019. He will hold key bilateral meetings with world leaders at the Summit, particularly on tackling terrorism and economic fugitives.
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi arrived in Japan for the upcoming G-20 Summit in Osaka, Japan and received a warm welcome. He was received by the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in a welcome ceremony for G-20 leaders. Narendra Modi will hold key meetings with the leaders of the BRICS nations on several bilateral issues. His rhetoric will also revolve on talks about monitoring security, rising incidents of terrorism and bringing back fugitive economic offenders.
PM Modi will attend four key sessions with G-20 leaders, particularly on Global Economy: Trade and Investment; Innovation in Digital Economy and Artificial Intelligence; Addressing Inequalities and Realising an Inclusive Sustainable World; and Climate Change, Energy and Environment.
PM Modi will also hold marathon bilateral meetings with Japanese PM Shinzo Abe, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, US President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron at the side-lines of the G-20 Summit.
PM Modi is also slated to discuss energy security, financial stability, reforming multilateralism and WTO reforms. Issues such as the return of fugitive economic offenders, terrorism, portable social security schemes, disaster-resilient infrastructure, and food security will also be raised by the Indian Prime Minister.