Adding a new feather in his list of feats achieved on foreign tours, Indian Prime Minister has successfully convinced the World Leaders gathered in Argentina that India should host the G-20 Summit in 2022.
2022 will be the Golden Jubilee year of India’s independence.
Modi is presently undertaking an official visit to Argentina’s capital city of Buenos Aires for the G20 summit.
Besides, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa will be the Chief Guest for next year Republic Day celebration, an official statement said.
Meanwhile, Modi has emphatically discussed terrorism and underlined the need to tackle it jointly with a number of G20 leaders, as he engaged in several bilateral meets on the sideline of the G-20 summit.
He mainly emphasised on jointly combating the menace of terrorism, which is a global phenomenon.
Addressing the media, Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale shared that in meeting with President of European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, President of European Council Donald Tusk and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the Indian Prime Minister asserted how the countries could jointly cooperate in combating terrorism.
Expressing his gratitude to the G-20 members, the Indian Prime Minister said: “I invite leadership from across the world tg-o come to India in 2022.”
Earlier in the day, spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs Raveesh Kumar announced that South African President Ramaphosa will be the Chief Guest for next year Republic Day celebration.
And the leader of the nation has accepted India’s invitation to be part of Republic Day parade on 26th of January, Raveesh Kumar added.
It has known that 2019 will be the 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and 100 years of Madiba (Nelson Mandela).
To celebrate the two greatest leaders’ birth anniversary, both the nations have opted to join hand by being part of the Indian Republic Day parade.
Raveesh Kumar tweeted regarding the issue that 150 years of Mahatma and 100 years of Madiba! Good meeting between PM Narendra Modi and South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa on margins of G20Summit. President Ramaphosa accepted India’s invitation to be the chief guest at Republic Day during 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.