Prime Minister Modi Arrives In Italy For The G7 Conference: Many Bilateral Meetings And An Outreach Session Scheduled

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14th June India: Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Apulia, Italy, to attend the G7 Summit. A number of bilateral talks and an outreach session are on PM Modi’s hectic schedule, according to the Ministry of External Affairs.

India’s Ambassador to Italy, Vani Rao, greeted Prime Minister Modi and other authorities upon his arrival at the Brindisi Airport. This trip marks PM Modi’s first international visit since be beginning his third consecutive term in office.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his enthusiasm for his productive discussions on global concerns and fostering international cooperation for better future with world leaders.

The G7 Summit will address a number of important issues. The Middle East problems, energy security, improving economic resilience, and continuing assistance for Ukraine are a few of them.

The importance of addressing climate change, exploiting digital transformation, and global health is also substantial. Leaders of the G7, the EU, and other invited countries and organizations will assemble at the summit to deliberate and devise plans of action on these global challenges.

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