G20 Summit: PM Modi holds bilateral talks with Presidents of Indonesia, Brazil; focus on trade
At today's G20 Summit in Osaka, PM Narendra Modi met the presidents of Indonesia and Brazil individually and discussed methods of strengthening bilateral relations and enhancing trade and investment collaboration read more...
PM, Modi has addressed defense and maritime fronts and methods to deepen bilateral collaboration on trade and investment, during his conference with Joko Widodo of Indonesian President.
This was first official engagement of PM Modi for two days June 28-29 G20 summit.
"Beginning Day 2 of the #G20 Summit by meeting a valued friend. PM @narendramodi holds talks with President @jokowi on ways to deepen India-Indonesia cooperation," the prime minister's office has tweeted.
Speaker of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Raveesh Kumar said in a tweet, "Taking forward the comprehensive strategic partnership. PM @narendramodi had a productive meeting with Indonesian President @jokowi on margins of #G20Summit. Discussed expanding cooperation in trade & investment, defense, maritime, space & exchanged views on Indo-Pacific vision."
Soon after, Modi met with Jair Bolsonaro, President of Brazil. "Deepening the close & multifaceted strategic partnership. PM @narendramodi & Brazilian President @jairbolsonaro held wide-ranging discussions on the bilateral relationship, especially cooperation in trade & investment, agriculture & bio-fuels in the context of climate change," Kumar tweeted.
The PM will meet with Turkey's and Australia's leaders later that day, among others.
Modi carried bilateral and plurilateral meetings with multiple leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, US President Donald Trump, and Xi Jinping from China on Friday.
On the sidelines of the two-day G20 Summit, as many as ten bilateral meetings planned. Among other countries, meetings held with Indonesia, France, Japan, the United States, and Turkey. Sixth G20 Summit of PM Modi in Osaka.