Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who visited Italy to attend the 16th G20 summit, is present in the capital Rome today. PM Modi has reached the Rome Convention Center to attend the G20 summit. He was received by Italian Prime Minister Mario Dragius. Earlier today PM Modi met Pope Francis. PM Modi invites Pope Francis to visit India.
Modi meets Pope:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Pope Francis at the Vatican today. PM Modi said that he had a very warm meeting with Pope Francis. I had the opportunity to discuss many issues with him and also invited him to visit India.
According to sources, PM Modi had a very warm meeting with Pope Francis at the Vatican. The meeting was scheduled for only 20 minutes but lasted for an hour. The PM and Pope discussed a range of issues aimed at making the world better, such as fighting climate change and eradicating poverty. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and NSA Ajit Doval were also present with him. PM Modi leaves from Vatican City after meeting Pope Francis.
How this meet is beneficial for India:
In the G-20 summit, PM Modi will discuss how to bring the global economy and health sector affected by the Corona epidemic back on track.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to hold bilateral meetings with the heads of at least a dozen countries during his five-day visit to Italy and the UK. The names of countries whose leaders have been finalized include Italy, Britain, Nepal, Singapore, France, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Japan, Spain. PM’s meeting with US President Joe Biden is also possible. Officials of both the countries are in touch regarding this meeting.
Italy may support India:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived to attend the G-20 summit, was given a grand welcome. During this, PM Modi met Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi. According to the Ministry of External Affairs, PM Modi and Italy’s PM Draghi during their bilateral meeting resolved to strengthen cooperation in the strategic areas addressed by the Action Plan, including the issue of accelerating the clean energy transition to fight climate change. is included.
According to the Ministry of External Affairs, India and Italy agreed on cost-effective integration of increasing amounts of renewable energy into their respective power systems, as a key asset for an effective clean transition that creates jobs, GDP growth, reduces energy poverty. Strengthens universal energy access while erasing.