From PM Modi’s arrival in Glasgow to attending COP26 and bilateral talks with PM Johnson and leaders of the other countries: Everything to watch out for

NEW DELHI: On Monday, after concluding his three-day visit to Rome for G-20 Summit, PM Modi arrived in Glasgow and is all set for attending COP26 where he will be delivering his thoughts on climate change. Thereafter, he will be meeting his UK counterpart PM Johnson and bilateral talks will be taking place between the two followed by talks with the leaders of other nations and Bill Gates. This is going to be the first in-person meeting between PM Modi and Borris Johnson.

Effective discussions on important issues like fighting the pandemic, improving health infrastructure, boosting economic cooperation and bolstering innovation took place at G-20 Summit. As PM Modi arrived in Glasgow, he was given a warm welcome by the Indian diaspora who greeted him with the slogan of “Bharat Mata ki Jai”.

Firstly, PM will meet the community leaders and Indologists living in Scotland and then will proceed for the opening ceremony of the World Leaders’ Summit (WLS) at the COP26 (Conference of Parties) to UNFCCC at the Scottish Event Campus in Glasgow where PM will address the summit plenary session as well.

Following the conference, PM Modi will be holding a bilateral meeting with the UK PM Johnson and according to the PTI report, the centres of their talks will be the UK-India climate partnership and stock-take of the 2030 Roadmap for stronger UK-India Strategic Partnership signed in May 2021.

PM Modi will also join 120 government heads along with the states’ heads at a special VVIP reception at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. The members of the royal family are expected to be present at the venue.

On Tuesday, PM Modi will be meeting the leaders of Switzerland, Japan, Finland, Israel, Nepal, Malawi, Ukraine, and Argentina including Bill Gates and this will be the last day of his visit.

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