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Bilaterals, Multilaterals And Global Bodies: Here Are The Key Meetings PM Modi Will Partake In At The G20 Summit In Japan's Osaka

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Published:


  • PM Modi will hold a number of key meetings on the sidelines of the G20 summit at Osaka, Japan, on 28 June
  • PM Modi will meet leaders of various nations including US, Russia, China, Japan among other leaders
  • PM Modi will also meet the UN chief and the president of the World Bank

Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Osaka, Japan, on 27 June to attend the G20 Summit, just over a month after achieving a landslide victory in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. At the summit, he will be holding a series of meeting, from bilaterals with assembled world leaders to multilaterals such as with the JAI (Japan-America-India) and BRICS groupings, on 28 June. 

PM Modi will address important issues that will aim at deepening the strategic ties between India and other countries along with raising matters on economic offenders and fugitives, terrorism, strengthening economic ties among other important issues, as per inputs. 

Here are some of the key meetings PM Modi will partake in

1. With Donald Trump - President of USA

2. With Vladimir Putin - President of Russia

3. With Emmanuel Macron - President of France

4. With Theresa May - Prime Minister of United Kingdom

5. With Recep Erdogan - President of Turkey

6. With Justin Trudeau - Prime Minister of Canada

7. With Shinzo Abe - Prime Minister of Japan

8. With Xi Jinping -  President of China

9. With Angela Merkel - Chancellor of Germany

10. With Moon Jae-In - President of South Korea

11. With Thailand Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha

12. With World Bank President David Malpass

13. With UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres

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PM Modi's schedule for meeting the leaders (in IST): 

1. Japan-US-India leaders' meeting - 5.30 AM

2. Meeting with US President Donald Trump - 6 AM

3. Informal BRICS leaders' meeting - 7 AM

4. Meeting with Saudi Crown Prince - 7.30 AM

5. Official welcome and leaders' photo - 8 AM

6. Meeting with Thailand Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha - 8.15 AM

7. Meeting with South Korea President Moon Jae-In - 9 AM

8.  Meeting with Vietnam Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc - 10.30 AM

9. Meeting with World Bank President David Malpass - 10.55 AM

10. Meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel - 11.15 AM

11. An informal meeting between Russia-India-China leaders -  2.30 PM

12. Meeting with UN Chief Antonio Guterres - 3 PM

13. Cultural program and leaders' dinner - 3.40 PM   

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There will be four sessions as a part of the summit namely global economy, trade, and investment, innovation in the digital economy and artificial intelligence. Other topics will include free trade and economic growth, including taxation, finance, inclusive and sustainable world, energy and environment, society quality infrastructure, global health, aging, climate change, and marine plastic waste.