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The G20 meeting will be held in Bali on November 15 and 16, and PM Modi is anticipated to be among the top international leaders in attendance.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go to the Indonesian city of Bali from November 14 to November 16 in order to attend the two-day G20 conference, the Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi announced on Thursday.
India will succeed Indonesia as the group’s President on December 1 after holding the position thus far.
The G20, also referred to as the Group of Twenty, is a significant intergovernmental gathering of the major developed and developing nations of the world. Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and Turkey make up the influential group.
With more than two-thirds of the world’s population, more than 75% of global trade, and nearly 85% of the world’s GDP represented, the G20 is the premier forum for international economic cooperation. India is now a member of the G20 Troika, along with Indonesia and Italy (current, past, and incoming G20 Presidencies).
The G20 Summit’s motto for this year is “Recover Together, Recover Stronger.”
Since the world has been experiencing difficulties in every sector—from health to education to international trade—Indonesia has declared that its presidency embodies the concept of “recover together.”
The world crisis has been exacerbated by the conflict in Ukraine, rising living costs, soaring debt, and the disastrous effects of climate change. Furthermore, the world has been unable to find solutions to the common problems due to some countries’ inability to handle crisis situations.

PM Modi will travel to Indonesia between November 14 and 16, according to the MEA, for the G20 Summit.

The G20 meeting will be held in Bali on November 15 and 16, and PM Modi is anticipated to be among the top international leaders in attendance.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go to the Indonesian city of Bali from November 14 to November 16 in order to attend the two-day G20 conference, the Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi announced on Thursday.
India will succeed Indonesia as the group’s President on December 1 after holding the position thus far.
The G20, also referred to as the Group of Twenty, is a significant intergovernmental gathering of the major developed and developing nations of the world. Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and Turkey make up the influential group.
With more than two-thirds of the world’s population, more than 75% of global trade, and nearly 85% of the world’s GDP represented, the G20 is the premier forum for international economic cooperation. India is now a member of the G20 Troika, along with Indonesia and Italy (current, past, and incoming G20 Presidencies).
The G20 Summit’s motto for this year is “Recover Together, Recover Stronger.”
Since the world has been experiencing difficulties in every sector—from health to education to international trade—Indonesia has declared that its presidency embodies the concept of “recover together.”
The world crisis has been exacerbated by the conflict in Ukraine, rising living costs, soaring debt, and the disastrous effects of climate change. Furthermore, the world has been unable to find solutions to the common problems due to some countries’ inability to handle crisis situations.