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PM Narendra Modi’s Rome, Glasgow visits: full schedule

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a busy week forward with excessive profile conferences on the G20 summit in Italy and the COP26 local weather summit in Glasgow, Scotland.
Modi, who arrived in Italy on Friday, stated he can be visiting the capital and the Vatican City from October 29 to 31 on the invitation of Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi. Following this, PM Modi will journey to Glasgow within the United Kingdom, the place he’ll attend the Glasgow local weather summit from November 1-2.
His schedule in Rome and Glasgow is as follows:
Rome, Italy
PM Modi will spend three days in Italy, beginning Friday.
In the primary order of enterprise, the PM met with European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen.

Official engagements in Rome start with a productive interplay with @eucopresident Charles Michel and @vonderleyen, President of the @EU_Commission.
The leaders mentioned methods to reinforce financial in addition to people-to-people linkages aimed toward creating a greater planet.
— PMO India (@PMOIndia) October 29, 2021
Modi’s major agenda in Italy, nonetheless, is the G-20 assembly. In an announcement, the Prime Minister stated that he expects to carry “discussions on global economic and health recovery from the pandemic, sustainable development, and climate change” with world leaders in Rome. This is the primary in-person G-20 meet for the reason that starting of the pandemic in 2020.
The prime minister can also be anticipated to carry a number of bilateral conferences on the sidelines of the summit. This consists of talks with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Indonesian President Joko Widodo.
Modi can also be scheduled to go to the Vatican City whereas in Rome. A gathering with Pope Francis too is on the playing cards. Kerala Catholic Bishops Council stated that Pope Francis and PM Modi are anticipated to have a casual assembly at 8.30 am on October 30. The prime minister will meet Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin as nicely.
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Prime Minister Modi will fly to Glasgow after the conclusion of G20 on October 31 to attend the twenty sixth Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Popularly known as COP 26 or Glasgow summit, the high-profile occasion will see leaders of over 120 nations come collectively to sort out local weather change points.
COP26 Summit will even present a possibility to satisfy with all of the stakeholders together with leaders of companion international locations, innovators and Inter-Governmental Organisation and discover the chances for additional accelerating our clear development, PM Modi stated in an announcement on Friday.