According to a statement released by the President’s office, Emmanuel Macron will visit Bangladesh for a bilateral visit after attending the G20 Summit in Delhi on September 9-10, which will be hosted by India.
According to the statement, the G20 Summit will give the French president a chance to keep working with his international counterparts to combat the dangers of regionalization.
On September 9 and 10, French President Emmanuel Macron will visit Delhi for the G20 Summit under India’s Presidency. On September 10, he will pay a bilateral visit to Bangladesh.
The G20 Summit will provide President Emmanuel Macron of France with an opportunity to maintain his ongoing engagement with his counterparts from every continent in an effort to reduce the dangers of global fragmentation.
The White House stated in a press release that the summit “will be an opportunity to make progress in implementing joint responses to the major global challenges that can only be tackled effectively through multilateral action, including peace and stability, poverty alleviation, climate and planet protection, food security, and digital regulation.”
This meeting will be a continuation of the New Global Financial Pact Summit that was held in Paris back in June.
The statement stated, “This had led to the establishment of the Paris Agenda for People and the Planet, providing a framework for collective action to ensure that no country has to choose between fighting poverty and protecting the planet.”
Following his successful implementation of France’s Indo-Pacific policy in Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, and Sri Lanka, as well as his warm reception of Prime Minister Modi in Paris this summer, the French President will go on to Bangladesh.
After meeting with Prime Minister Modi in Paris this summer and traveling to Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, and Sri Lanka, the President of the French Republic will continue implementing France’s policy in the Indo-Pacific area in Bangladesh.
It will be a great chance to strengthen ties with a country that is “undergoing rapid economic development, with France’s support, and is seeking to diversify its partnerships,” as the White House put it.
Given the frequency of flooding in Bangladesh and the country’s susceptibility to the effects of climate change, President Macron will reaffirm France’s willingness to stand by its side in the humanitarian arena.
The G20 summit will last two days, September 9 and 10, in New Delhi. Forty countries, including the 20 members, will send representatives to the summit’s two days of talks. Bharat Mandapam, located in Pragati Maidan, is a state-of-the-art convention center that will host the G20 Summit.
All the pieces are in place for the major event that is the New Delhi G20 summit, including accommodations for the leaders of member countries and invited guest countries.
The 18th G20 Heads of State and Government Summit, set to take place in New Delhi, will be the pinnacle of a year’s worth of G20 meetings and discussions with ministers, top government officials, and civil society representatives.
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