Prime Minister Modi has gone on a four-day foreign tour. On Friday morning he reached Rome, the capital of Italy. Here he will take part in the G20 summit. After this, Prime Minister will reach Glasgow (Scotland). Here he will participate in the COP26 Climate Change Summit. According to the news agency, during the Italy tour, the Prime Minister can also visit Vatican City to meet Pope Francis.
This meeting of G20 was actually to be held last year i.e. in 2020, but due to Corona, it had to be postponed. Now, this meeting is in Rome, Italy. The Prime Minister will be in Rome till the afternoon of 31 October. After that, PM will leave for Glasgow. The G20 is also known as the 'World Economic Engine'. This will be the eighth meeting of this group. This year's theme is People, Planet, Prosperity. Four main issues will be considered. Among these, recovery from the pandemic and climate change will be major issues. It is believed that Modi can also meet Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi.
According to the news agency, during his visit to Italy, the Prime Minister is also expected to meet Pope Francis, the biggest cleric of Catholicism. However, this meeting is not part of their program nor has the Ministry of External Affairs formally given any information about it.
Prime Minister Modi will also reach Britain from Italy on 31 October. Here he will take part in the COP26 Climate Change Summit which is to be held in Glasgow, Scotland. This will be the 26th summit on climate change. It is jointly organized by Italy and the UK. Heads of 120 countries will participate in this conference. It is believed that on the sidelines of this summit, Modi can also meet Prime Minister of Britain Boris Johnson and the heads of state of many countries separately. This is the third foreign visit of Prime Minister Modi this year.