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Narendra Modi to visit Indonesia today to attend 17th G20 Summit
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Narendra Modi to visit Indonesia today to attend 17th G20 Summit

| @indiablooms | 14 Nov 2022, 08:16 am

New Delhi: Indian PM Narendra Modi will visit Bali on Monday to attend the 17th G20 Summit.

He will be visiting the Indonesian city from Nov 14-16.

He will be visiting the country at the invitation of Indonesian President Joko Widodo.

"During the Bali Summit, G20 Leaders will deliberate extensively upon key issues of global concern under the Summit theme of 'Recover Together, Recover Stronger'. Three working sessions will be held as part of the G20 Summit Agenda - food and energy security; health; and digital transformation," read a statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs.

At the closing session of the Summit, President Widodo will symbolically hand over the G20 Presidency to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

India will formally assume the G20 Presidency from Dec 1.

On the sidelines of the Summit, the Prime Minister will hold bilateral meetings with some of his counterparts.

The Prime Minister will also address and interact with the Indian community in Bali.

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