Prime Minister Modi will meet with leaders from all participating nations and engage in bilateral discussions on various issues.
Let's take a closer look at the key topics Prime Minister Modi will focus on during this summit.
Prime Minister Modi and President Biden may strengthen India-U.S. comprehensive global and strategic partnership.
Additionally, both countries' leaders could discuss accelerating green growth, achieving sustainable development goals, technological advancements, digital public infrastructure, multilateral institutions for the 21st century, women's leadership in development, and the economic significance of G20, among other topics.
During the G20 Summit, Prime Minister Modi and President Biden may also engage in discussions regarding the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
Furthermore, they may address issues related to nuclear energy, defence, visas, and embassy commerce through bilateral talks.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to hold over 15 bilateral meetings with leaders of participating countries during the G20 Summit. On September 8, Prime Minister Modi will hold bilateral meetings with leaders from Mauritius, Bangladesh, and the United States.
On September 9, alongside G20 meetings, he will engage in bilateral discussions with leaders from the UK, Japan, Germany, and Italy.
Finally, on September 10, Prime Minister Modi will have a working lunch meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron.
He will also hold separate meetings with Canada's Prime Minister Trudeau and leaders from Comoros, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, South Korea, the EU/EC, Brazil, and Nigeria.