G20 Summit India: Germany’s Ambassador to India Philipp Ackermann has said that India’s G20 presidency will play a decisive role in correcting the world order once again. Talking to reporters in Pune, Ackerman also said that India now plays a very important role on the international stage.
He said, “We will see that in the coming months German ministers and chancellors will also come to India. We feel that India now plays a very important role on the international stage. India’s G20 presidency will play a decisive role in reshaping the world order. We are looking forward to Delhi with hope and we hope that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government will have a positive impact in the next 12 months.
German Ambassador holds meeting with Industries Minister of Maharashtra
German Ambassador Ackermann attended a meeting with Maharashtra Industries Minister Uday Samant along with top executives of German companies in Pune. Sammat said that new projects will come up in Maharashtra in the coming years. It has been assured by the German government that it will cooperate in new projects to be set up in the coming days.
G20 chairmanship big opportunity for India
PM Modi recently said in the Mann Ki Baat program, “India’s presidency of the G20 is a big opportunity. The country will make full use of it for the welfare of the world.” In the 95th episode of All India Radio’s monthly radio program ‘Mann Ki Baat’, India will officially assume the G20 chairmanship on December 1. India will preside over the G20 for one year and during this period there will be more than 200 meetings of the organization at different places in the country.
Opportunity to make the world aware of India’s culture
The Prime Minister had said that whether it is unity or peace or any challenge ranging from environment, India has a solution related to the challenges. People coming to G-20 will come as a representative but they are also future tourists. During such a big event, India has the opportunity to make the world aware of its culture.
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