Uttarakhand is all Set to host 3 G-20 meetings | Jim Corbett
Three G-20 summits will be held in Uttarakhand, a beautiful state in northern India, in 2023. The seminars, which will bring together world leaders and politicians to debate numerous topics of global relevance, are planned to take place in Ramnagar and Rishikesh, The beautiful cities of Uttarakhand.
The G-20 is a group of 20 large economies that concurrently account for more than 80% of global GDP. The meetings of the G-20 are extremely important for international relations and global governance. The three sessions that will take place in Uttarakhand will discuss a variety of topics, including infrastructure development, trade and investment, and energy and climate change.
The state government has already begun putting together the necessary infrastructure and security measures for the sessions. The activities are anticipated to strengthen Uttarakhand's tourist sector and promote the state's natural splendour and rich cultural heritage to a broader audience.
The choice of Uttarakhand to host the G-20 summit is evidence of India's growing stature in the world and demonstrates its dedication to sustainable development and international collaboration. As they together bring multinational leaders to discuss some of the most crucial issues of our time, the gatherings are foreseen to be a historic occasion for Uttarakhand and all of India.
Rather than just hosting two G-20 Summit-related events, Uttarakhand will now be in charge of hosting three. From March 26 to 28, the first meeting will take place in Ramnagar - aka Jim Corbett City. Thirty Indian and seventy foreign representatives will attend the G20 Chief Science Advisor Roundtable. For this, rehearsals have already been completed.
In proliferation to the two programs in Rishikesh, the third event will now take place in Ramnagar (Jim Corbett National Park) from 28th - 29th - 30th March 2023. Secretary (General Administration) V K Suman has noted to Commissioner Kumaon and the DMs of Nainital and Udham Singh Nagar requesting them to expedite the rehearsals for the events after accepting the go-ahead from the Central government.
Premchand Agarwal, the state's finance minister, told this reporter, "The Working Group of Anti-second Corruption's meeting will be conducted in Rishikesh from May 25 to 27. During three days, 200 participants from 20 diverse nations will discuss the difficulties in avoiding corruption and related topics. On June 26–28, the third meeting is slated to take place. It will be an infrastructure working group. This involves infrastructure and technological challenges, among others.
The Central government has previously assigned Uttarakhand to host two G-20 Summit-related sessions. Two gatherings were slated to occur at Narendra Nagar from May 25 to 27 and June 26 to 28.
Pushkar Singh Dhami, the chief minister, had asked the centre to delegate one of the two meetings to the Kumaon division. Suman told this daily, "Taking awareness of this, the Centre has assigned Uttarakhand (Jim Corbett Ramnagar & Rishikesh) the responsibility of the G-20 conference."
Principal Scientific Advisor to the Central Government Ajay K. Sood informed Uttarakhand's Chief Secretary Dr SS Sandhu in a note that said that the third meeting of the G-20 CSAR (Chief Science Advisor Round Table) would be held there.