The G20 Summit 2023 Delhi Declaration is the 18th Meeting of the G20 Group in India which is the President country of this summit. You should know that this meeting holds a special place for the South East Countries because the leaders in this organization work for financial and strategic growth. Various countries such as China, Argentina, India, Turkey and others are part of the Group of Twenty (G20) in which the G20 Summit Presidency was handed over to India on 1st December 2022. Now, representatives from all the participating countries will meet as per the G20 Summit 2023 Schedule on 9th and 10th September 2023 at Pragati Maidan which was recently inaugurated by PM Modi after reconstruction. You should know that the events of these meetings are also planned according to the G20 Summit 2023 Kashmir. You can watch G20 Summit 2023 Outcomes Live on Youtube or News Channels or other Apps. We have already mentioned the G20 Summit 2023 Venue Details as per which Meeting will be held in Bharat Mandapam International Exhibition-Convention Centre (IECC) previously known as Pragati Maidan.
As we all know, India is hosting the G20 Summit 2023 in which 20 Countries are participating to have progressive meetings. It is to inform you all that India Got the Presidency of the G20 Group on 1st December 2023 when the previous summit was held in Bali, Indonesia. As the Host Country is India so all the delegates from 20 Nations will come and join the meeting on 9 and 10 September 2023 at Pragati Maidan. Currently, many meetings are going on in which the recent meeting was 4th Sherpa Meeting on 3rd and 4th September 2023. However, the G20 Summit 2023 Ministers Meeting will be held on 9, 10 September 2023 at Bharat Mandapam International Exhibition-Convention Centre (IECC).
COVID-19 Global Impact: International Summit & Expert Panel Discussion Virtual Summit 15-19 June 2020.
One hundred days since the first COVID-19 case was reported and the world is experiencing The New Norms in the workplace and at home. Unplanned and still unpredictable change is touching every single aspect of the Global Economy, Political and Social reality. During a week-long virtual event, an international panel of experts from the fields of management consultancy, economics, finance, education, health and politics will be sharing and discussing the lessons learned during the age of COVID-19, and providing recommendations to shape The New Norm.
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35 speakers, 6 panels and representatives from 20 countries are joining our Virtual Summit.
15th June 1PM GMT: Summit Opening and Welcoming Talk
Economical Impact, Path to Recovery and Evolving Perspective
For INDIA Mon, Jun 15, 2020 5:30 PM IST
16th June 1PM GMT: Regulatory Response and Compliance Impact
17th June 1 PM GMT: The Political Implications of COVID-19: changing the international relationship landscape
18th June 1PM GMT Panel 1 and 3 PM GMT Panel 2: Change Management, Business Adaptability and Emotional Resilience
19th June 1 PM GMT: Recommendations and Closing Talks
India-Russia diplomatic relations have completed its 72 years of successful partnership and to continue people to people dialogue with love and friendship. As a part of its celebrations, International Federation of Indo-Russian Youth Clubs with BRICS International Forum, Embassy of Russian Federation in India and Russian Center for science and culture alongwith all public organisation within its network, are jointly organizing Internet Festival “Congratulations To Russia” as an attempt to mark the National Day of Russia, on June 11th, 2020, through an Internet Festival, organized as through the Zoom Platform.
BRICS-International Forum is honored to invite you all to participate in the event, and be guided by the valuable words of our *panel of speakers*, which includes:-
1. Ms. Natalia Poklonskaya, Deputy of the State Duma of Russian Federation
2. Ms. Tatyana Lebedeva, Former Senior Senator Russian Parliament and Olympic gold medalist
3. Mr. Ashok Sajjanhar, IFS (Retd.) Former Ambassador
4. Mr. Sandeep Marwah, President of Asian Academy of Film & Television
5. Purnima Anand, President BRICS International Forum and International Federation of Indo Russian Youth Clubs.
6. Mr. Aleksey Davidovsky, Vice-president and Analytic, BRICS-IF
7. Mr. Dvoryanov Sergey, President of Amicable Diplomatic Club, Moscow - Russia Federation
8. Dr. Vijay Jolly, Senior Indian BJP Leader
Zoom link : https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4403362719
Everyone is invited to participate and enthusiastically come forward in wishing Russia our warm regards, on the celebration of their National Day (Celebrated on 12th June in Russia)
Seeking your cooperation to make the event successful.
World Cancer Day [WHO]
Zero Discrimination Day [UNAIDS]
French Language Day (French)
World Meteorological Day [WMO] (WMO/EC-XII/Res.6)
World Tuberculosis Day [WHO]
World Health Day [WHO] (WHA/A.2/Res.35)
Chinese Language Day (Chinese)
Spanish Language Day (Spanish)
World Malaria Day [WHO]
World Migratory Bird Day [UNEP]
International Tea Day (A/RES/74/241) (Draft Resolution II A/74/386)
Russian Language Day (Russian)
World Hepatitis Day [WHO]
International Day of Clean Air for blue skies (A/RES/74/212) (Draft Resolution V A/74/381)
World Maritime Day (IMCO/C XXXVIII/21)
World Rabies Day [WHO]
International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste (A/RES/74/209) (Draft Resolution II A/74/381)
World Post Day (UPU/1969/Res.C.11)
World Mental Health Day [WHO]
World Migratory Bird Day [UNEP]
International Day of Banks (A/RES/74/245) (Draft Resolution A/74/L.38)
Arabic Language Day (Arabic)
These are the international days currently observed by the United Nations.
The United Nations designates specific days, weeks, years and decades as occasions to mark particular events or topics in order to promote, through awareness and action, the objectives of the Organization. Usually, it is one or more Member States that propose these observances and the General Assembly establishes them with a resolution.
On occasion, these celebrations are declared by the specialized agencies of the United Nations, such as UNESCO, UNICEF, FAO, etc., when they concern issues that fall within the scope of their competencies. Some of them may be later adopted by the General Assembly.
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