G20 Summit: PM Modi receives traditional welcome in Bali after leaving for G20 Summit

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that we are all committed to conveying a strong message of peace to the world when the G20 summit is held next year in India, the holy land of Buddha and Gandhi.

Nov 15, 2022 | 10:45 AM

TV9Kannada Web Team | Edited By: Sushma Chakre

Nov 15, 2022 | 10:45 AM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left for Bali, Indonesia to attend the important G20 Summit which will be held for 2 days from today.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left for Bali, Indonesia to attend the important G20 Summit which will be held for 2 days from today.

PM Modi landed in Bali and received a grand welcome as per the tradition there.

PM Modi landed in Bali and received a grand welcome as per the tradition there.

Prime Minister Modi was given a grand welcome when he went to Indonesia for the G20 summit.

Prime Minister Modi was given a grand welcome when he went to Indonesia for the G20 summit.

On this occasion, NRIs met Prime Minister Modi.  Modi received traditional and diplomatic honors as the plane landed.

On this occasion, NRIs met Prime Minister Modi. Modi received traditional and diplomatic honors as the plane landed.

The G20 summit has already started and Prime Minister Modi will hold discussions with global leaders regarding global development, food and energy security, health and digital transformation.

The G20 summit has already started and Prime Minister Modi will hold discussions with global leaders regarding global development, food and energy security, health and digital transformation.

Indonesia's G20 presidency period will end with this summit, and the post of G20 presidency for the next one year will be handed over to India on November 16.

Indonesia’s G20 presidency period will end with this summit, and the post of G20 presidency for the next one year will be handed over to India on November 16.

Global leaders to discuss Russia's war on Ukraine at G20 summit  Heads of major countries like China, America, Britain etc. will attend this summit.

Global leaders to discuss Russia’s war on Ukraine at G20 summit Heads of major countries like China, America, Britain etc. will attend this summit.

There are 20 major countries in the world in the G20 group, and these countries have a share of 85% in the total product of the world.  Two-thirds of the world's population is here, and 75 percent of global trade takes place in these countries.

There are 20 major countries in the world in the G20 group, and these countries have a share of 85% in the total product of the world. Two-thirds of the world’s population is here, and 75 percent of global trade takes place in these countries.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke about the war in Ukraine at the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke about the war in Ukraine at the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia.

Calling for a ceasefire, Modi said the world should find a better way to bring back peace in the war-torn country.  The war in Ukraine will complete 9 months on November 24.  This has disrupted the global food and energy supply chain, he said.

Calling for a ceasefire, Modi said the world should find a better way to bring back peace in the war-torn country. The war in Ukraine will complete 9 months on November 24. This has disrupted the global food and energy supply chain, he said.

I have said time and time again that we must find a way to return to the path of ceasefire and diplomacy in Ukraine.  In the last century, World War 2 caused havoc.  After that the leaders of the day made many attempts to follow the path of peace.  Modi said that now it is our turn.

I have said time and time again that we must find a way to return to the path of ceasefire and diplomacy in Ukraine. In the last century, World War 2 caused havoc. After that the leaders of the day made many attempts to follow the path of peace. Modi said that now it is our turn.

India's energy security is important for global growth.  Because it is the fastest growing economy in the world.  We should not promote any restrictions on energy supply.  Stability in the fuel market should be ensured.  Modi said India is committed to clean energy and environment.

India’s energy security is important for global growth. Because it is the fastest growing economy in the world. We should not promote any restrictions on energy supply. Stability should be ensured in the fuel market. Modi said India is committed to clean energy and environment.

Prime Minister Modi has emphasized that by 2030, half of our electricity will be generated from renewable sources.

Prime Minister Modi has emphasized that by 2030, half of our electricity will be generated from renewable sources.

Prime Minister Modi said that collective resolve to ensure peace, harmony and security in the world is the need of the hour.

Prime Minister Modi said that collective resolve to ensure peace, harmony and security in the world is the need of the hour.

I am confident that we will all be committed to conveying a strong message of peace to the world when the G20 meets next year at the holy land of Buddha and Gandhi, Modi said.

I am confident that we will all be committed to conveying a strong message of peace to the world when the G20 meets next year at the holy land of Buddha and Gandhi, Modi said.






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