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Prime Minister Modi to address B20 Summit India 2023 in Delhi today

B20 Summit India 2023

The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) announced on Saturday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will speak at the B20 Summit India 2023 in Delhi on Sunday at 12 p.m. 

On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi posted on X (previously known as Twitter), “At 12 noon tomorrow, August 27th, I will be addressing the B20 Summit India 2023.” This platform is bringing together a diverse group of corporate players. It is one of the most significant G20 Groups, with a strong emphasis on increasing economic growth.” 

According to the PMO, the B20 Summit India brings together policymakers, business leaders, and experts from around the world to deliberate and discuss the B20 India Communique. The B20 India Communique contains 54 proposals and 172 policy measures that will be submitted to the G20. 

The Business 20 (B20) is the G20’s official venue for communication with the global business community. B20, which was founded in 2010, is one of the most notable Engagement Groups in the G20, including enterprises and business organizations as members. According to the PMO announcement, the B20 aims to give specific, practical policy suggestions to spur economic growth and development. 

B20 Summit India 2023

The R.A.I.S.E. – Responsible, Accelerated, Innovative, Sustainable, and Equitable Businesses – three-day summit takes place from August 25 to August 27. Over 1,500 participants from over 55 nations are expected to attend, according to the statement. 

The B20 chairmanship will be handed over to Brazil at the conclusion of the summit on Sunday. 

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman attended the three-day B20 Summit in Delhi on Friday. S Jaishankar, Minister of External Affairs, will also attend the meeting. On Saturday, Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan attended the meeting. 

The debates during the B20 Summit emphasized the critical need for cutting-edge financial institutions, international collaboration, and government assistance to finance the ambitious climate transition required to effectively combat climate change. 

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman attended the three-day B20 Summit in Delhi on Friday. S Jaishankar, Minister of External Affairs, will also attend the meeting. On Saturday, Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan attended the meeting. 

The debates during the B20 Summit emphasized the critical need for cutting-edge financial institutions, international collaboration, and government assistance to finance the ambitious climate transition required to effectively combat climate change.