G20 Summit 2023: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a historic moment, welcomed global leaders to New Delhi for the G20 Summit.
The 2023 G20 Summit, the 18th meeting of G20 nations and invited nations, such as The Netherlands, is taking place on September 9-10 at the stunning Bharat Mandapam International Exhibition-Convention Centre in Delhi.
PM Modi welcomed world leaders against the backdrop of the symbolic Konark Wheel, which embodies the concept of time, progress, and democratic principles.
India chose the theme “One Earth – One Family – One Future” for the leading principle under its G20-presidency, inspired from the ancient Sanskrit text, the Maha Upanishad, celebrating the value of all life forms and their interconnectedness on our precious planet.
PM Modi emphasized the need to transform the “global trust deficit” into a foundation of trust, marking a significant step toward a more interconnected world.
I am honored to be in India at this moment, witnessing the vibrant spirit of the world’s largest democracy, founded on the values of family, unity, and inclusion, showing to the world that this should be the joint way forward.
The enduring friendship between #India and #Netherlands, exemplified by the warm embrace between PM Modi and PM Rutte, has made us each other’s 4th largest investors globally, fostering prosperity and collaboration.
I am excited to be part of the Dutch trade delegation, commencing its dynamic visit to India in Bangalore on Sunday, as we further strengthen our economic ties and celebrate the spirit of partnership.