PM Narendra Modi has reached Bali city of Indonesia on Monday to attend the G-20 summit. The heads of many other countries including India, China and America are participating in this summit. During this, a comprehensive discussion is expected on global challenges including the Russia-Ukraine conflict and its effects.
A day before leaving for this conference, PM Modi had said, I will discuss with global leaders on various issues including global growth, food, energy security and health. During this, I will highlight India’s achievements and commitments to deal with global challenges.
According to the information, Prime Minister Modi has a plan to stay in Bali for about 45 hours. During this, he will participate in 20 programs and have bilateral meetings with 10 global leaders from around the world. If sources are to be believed, Prime Minister Modi will take some time out of his busy schedule to address Indian expatriates in Indonesia. In such a situation, let us know how the Prime Minister’s Bali schedule will be…
2:30 Bali’s clock moves ahead
Bali’s time is two and a half hours ahead of India’s time. According to Indian time, on Monday i.e. November 14, PM Modi reached Bali airport at 7:30 pm and reached the hotel at 8 pm. After this, the next day i.e. Tuesday, November 15, PM Modi will reach Apoorva Kempisanki at 6:50 am where he will be welcomed by the President of Indonesia. Make it clear that at this time according to the time of Indonesia, it would be 9.20 in the morning.
PM Modi will participate in many programs
According to the time of India, at 7:00 am, PM Modi will join the work session 1, which will be based on food and energy security. After this, there is a program of lunch for the leaders at 10 am. Then there is a program on health related issues at 11:30 am. Then at 2:30 pm they will reach Prime Plaza, Hotel Sanur where there is a community program. After this, PM Modi will attend the welcome dinner and cultural program at 4:30 pm – at Garuda Vishnu Kenkana Cultural Park.