The G-20 Summit is an annual meeting of leaders from 19 countries and the European Union, accounting for a significant portion of global GDP and trade. The 18th G-20 Summit is scheduled to be held in New Delhi, India, on September 9-10, 2023.
- Attendees at the summit include the heads of state and government of G-20 member states, along with invited guests like Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand and President Joe Biden of the United States.
- China’s President Xi Jinping will not attend the G-20 Summit in India, and Premier Li Qiang will represent China.
- Extensive preparations are underway in New Delhi to host the G-20 Summit, involving government agencies, civic bodies, and security establishments.
- Special arrangements are being made at the airport for G-20 delegates, with around 160 domestic flights expected to be canceled during the event.
- Indira Gandhi International Airport is preparing for a red carpet welcome for G-20 delegates, with dedicated lounges and information displays about the summit.
Q. : What is the G-20 Summit?
a) A meeting of 20 countries to discuss global trade
b) An annual gathering of leaders from 19 countries and the European Union
c) A financial conference for world leaders
d) A summit to address climate change issues
Ans : b) An annual gathering of leaders from 19 countries and the European Union