As India is all set to lead the G20 countries, Udaipur in Rajasthan is going to get the distinction of hosting the first meeting in India. Discussions on global agendas will start from Udaipur itself.
The meetings of the G20 countries for the next one year have been divided into Sherpa and Finance Track. In the Sherpa meeting in Udaipur, the topics of employment, health, digital economy, trade, investment and industry, environment and climate, energy, anti-corruption, agriculture, women empowerment, tourism and culture will be discussed. The preparations for the meeting are in full swing. The officials of the Ministry of External Affairs have directed the officials of Udaipur, including the top administrative officers of Rajasthan, to complete the preparations.
According to Nagraj Naidu, Joint Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, the first meeting is to be held in Udaipur.
He termed it as a big opportunity for Udaipur to host G-20 Summit Sherpa meeting in which dignitaries from 20 most influential countries of the world will come to Udaipur.
“In such a situation, Udaipur’s international identity and tourism will get a new direction and strength.”Nagraj Naidu, JS, Ministry of External Affairs
India will preside over the meeting starting from December 1 in Udaipur. In this meeting. Along with India, representatives of Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States will attend the meet.
The team of the Ministry of External Affairs has also selected the places to visit for the representatives including all the places related to the meetings. This meeting of representatives of the G20 countries will be held in the Durbar Hall located in the City Palace. According to Udaipur Range IG Praful Kumar, there will be special arrangements for security in the city for three days. Udaipur’s Divisional Commissioner Rajendra Bhatt said that arrangements have also been made for the foreign guests coming here to taste the country’s taste.