Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to hold more than 15 bilateral meetings with world leaders, including US President Joe Biden and UK PM Rishi Sunak, during the G20 Summit in Delhi. Today, September 8, PM Narendra Modi will hold bilateral meetings with leaders of Mauritius, Bangladesh and the USA. On Saturday, September 9, PM Modi will hold bilateral meetings with the UK, Japan, Germany and Italy in addition to the G20 meetings. On September 10, PM Modi will hold a working lunch meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron. Sources also said that PM Narendra Modi would do a pull-aside meeting with Canada and bilateral meetings with Comoros, Turkiye, UAE, South Korea, EU/EC, Brazil and Nigeria as well. G20 Summit 2023: US President Joe Biden Heads to India for Summit, Says ‘Showing Our Commitment to G20 As Forum That Can Deliver’ (Watch Video).

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