PM Modi to head for Turkey today for G20 Summit

London, Nov. 14 (ANI): Prime Minster Narendra Modi will conclude his three day visit to the United Kingdom today after which he will leave for Turkey to participate in the G20 Summit.

He will unveil the statue of Philosopher Basaveshwara, a great scholar, philosopher and statesman who contributed greatly to our culture and tradition.

The Prime Minister will also visit the house where Dr B R Ambedkar lived during his stay at London for his studies, and will inaugurate a memorial there. The Maharashtra government recently acquired the house.

Prime Minster Modi will also visit the Jaguar Land Rover factory which will conclude his visit and he will then leave for Turkey.

He will attend G-20 Summit going to be held on 15th and 16th November at Antalya. During the summit, the G-20 countries will review the progress on decision taken at the last Brisbane Summit.

The summit leaders will also discuss global economy and strategies for economic growth and employment, different critical issues related with financial sectors including trade flow. The Sherpa for G-20 Summit Arvind Panagaria had said that G-20 Summit will focus on ensuring inclusive and robust growth through financial inclusiveness, implementation and investment for growth.

According to Pangaria, India is going to give its main focus on economic agenda. Issues related with International Monetary Fund, IMF, will also be a major focus point for India.

The current immigration crisis and ongoing Syria conflict is also going to be part of discussions among G-20 leaders. Media reports say that the ongoing Syria war and security crisis are also among the agenda for discussion.

There will be several bilateral meetings too with world leaders on the sidelines of the summit, which will help deepen India’s bilateral ties.

The horrific Paris serial attacks that struck the city late on Friday night is also expected to be an important topic of discussion. (ANI)

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