PM Modi in Rome: PM Modi bows to the statue of ‘Piazza Gandhi’ in Italy; Dialogue with Indians


  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits Italy
  • Visit to the ‘Piazza Gandhi’
  • Interaction with the Indian community in Italy

Rome, Italy: On Friday, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Rome, Italy to attend the 16th G-20 summit. This is the first G20 summit in 2020 since the corona transition made waves around the world.

On the first day of his visit to Italy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Piazza Gandhi in Rome, paid homage to the statue of Mahatma Gandhi and laid a wreath on the statue of Mahatma Gandhi.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with people from the Indian community who had gathered in “Piazza Gandhi”. On this occasion, the audience welcomed Prime Minister Modi with the announcement of “Modi – Modi”.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be in Rome and Glasgow from October 29th to November 2nd. According to the Foreign Minister, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the G20 summit in Rome from October 29th to 31st. He then traveled to Glasgow, UK, to attend the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP-26), the summit of international leaders.

G20 summit

On the first day of the summit, discussions took place on the subject of “World Economy and Global Health”. The next day, the Prince of Wales will address the role of the private sector in combating climate change. The next day, world leaders will discuss climate change and other issues, including the environment and sustainable development.

According to the Prime Minister (PMO), Modi was greeted by senior Italian government officials and the Indian Ambassador in Rome. Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Rome and the Vatican was extended to October 31 at the invitation of his Italian counterpart Mario Draghi.

On the occasion of the G20 summit, Modi will also meet with leaders from other friendly countries. He will also review the progress of India’s bilateral relations with them. Modi will meet Pope Francis and Foreign Minister Cardinal Pietro Parolin in the Vatican.

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