Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Indonesia for the G20 summit next week, where the official announcement of India’s chairmanship of the forum will be made. This is written by ANI, a partner of the TV BRICS network.
Modi said that India will chair the G20 from December 1 and noted that this is a historic opportunity for the country.
The Prime Minister stressed that the G20 is the main forum for international economic cooperation, accounting for about 85 percent of global GDP, over 75 percent of world trade and about two-thirds of the world’s population.
“Next week I will travel to Indonesia where it will be officially announced that India will take over the G20 Presidency,” he said.
The Russian delegation at the summit will be headed by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
Chinese President Xi Jinping, in addition to the meeting of the G20 leaders, will also take part in the APEC forum in Thailand.
The G20 summit will be held November 15-16 in Bali, Indonesia.