Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the G20 Extraordinary Leaders’ Summit on Tuesday. At the assembly, high world leaders will talk about the present scenario in Afghanistan. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend G20 Extraordinary Leaders’ Summit on Afghanistan on Tuesday. (Image: PTI)Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the G20 Extraordinary Leaders’ Summit, which has been organised to debate the scenario in Afghanistan. The occasion, convened by the G20 Italian Presidency, might be held in digital format on Tuesday.
PM Modi will take part within the summit on the invitation of the Italian Presidency of the G-20.During the assembly, high world leaders will talk about the response to humanitarian wants and entry to fundamental providers and livelihood in Afghanistan. They may even maintain discussions on safety, counter-terrorism and human rights.PM Modi had earlier participated within the SCO-CSTO outreach Summit on Afghanistan. He had then spoken in regards to the challenges associated to peace and safety within the area. “Developments in Afghanistan could lead to an uncontrolled flow of drugs, illegal weapons and human trafficking,” PM Narendra Modi had warned.The G20 includes 20 of the world’s main economies. It is a platform to assist construct worldwide consensus and facilitate a coordinated method between multilateral organisations, together with the UN and its companies, and world and regional actors to handle the worsening humanitarian disaster in Afghanistan.Click right here for IndiaToday.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.