Beginning on Monday, the Agriculture Working Group’s first three-day G20 meeting will be held in Varanasi.
The Agriculture Working Group’s meeting will take place over a three-day period from April 17 to 19. Delegates from other partner nations and representatives from the 20 world’s leading nations will attend. The Uttar Pradesh government, led by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, has taken every step to organize the G20 events in a grand manner.
Varanasi G20 Summit
A message will be given in the three-day occasion, to advance nutritious food sources, food security and climate well-disposed cultivating to keep the entire world solid, as per an authority proclamation.
This year, India will host the G20 under the motto “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam.” There will be a sum of 6 G20 gatherings in Varanasi. The first of these gatherings is beginning on April 17. As a result, the entire city has been beautifully decorated in accordance with instructions from Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. In addition, stringent security measures have been implemented. Hotel Taj will be the location of the G20’s main meeting.
Following this, there will also be a Kashi tour program for guests, primarily featuring boating excursions to Sarnath, Ganga, Lord Buddha’s residence. G20 agents will likewise partake on the planet renowned Ganga Aarti at Kashi. The traditional Kashi handicraftsmen’s skills will also be on display for guests from all over the world.
The first day of the (MACS) Meeting of Agricultural Chief Scientists 2023, Sustainable Agrifood System for Healthy People and Planet, takes place in Varanasi. The role of science, technology, and innovation in food security and nutrition will also be the subject of the first session. The second session will focus on resilient agri-food systems. In the evening, the delegates will also take a cruise to see Ganga Aarti.
On the last day of the three-day occasion at Varanasi, a conversation and conclusion of the Macintoshes (Meeting of Rural Boss Researchers) 2023 dispatch. The Trade Facilitation (TFC) Center at Bada Lalpur will be visited in the afternoon by representatives from 20 major nations and other partner nations.