PM Modi arrives at G20 summit for climate change session

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived at the G-20 summit in Rome on Sunday to attend the second session of the event entitled Climate Change and Environment.

The second day of the G20 Summit in Rome started with a walk of the heads of delegation in one of the emblematic places of the historic city center: the Trevi Fountain.

After the end of the first session, the La Nuvola Congress Center will then host both multilateral sessions and bilateral leaders’ meetings. Later, a side event is planned on the role of the private sector in tackling climate change. The keynote speaker will be Charles, Prince of Wales.

Sunday’s G-20 engagement also includes a working session on sustainable development.

The Summit will end with the traditional final press conference by Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi who, opening the meeting yesterday, stressed that “multilateralism is the best answer to the problems we face today.

Prime Minister Modi called Pope Francis to Vatican City on Saturday. He then invited the Pope to visit India. He also attended a session on the global economy and global health at the G20 and then had bilateral talks with French President Emmanuel Macron and Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is automatically generated from a syndicated feed.)

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