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G20 Summit Rome Pm Narendra Modi Visited Iconic Trevi Fountain And Other Updates

World Desk, Amar Ujala, Rome

Published by: Gaurav Pandey
Updated Sun, 31 Oct 2021 04:13 PM IST

Summary

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is currently attending the G-20 summit in Rome, the capital of Italy. Here, issues including bringing the global economy and health sector affected by the corona virus epidemic back on track, sustainable development and climate change are being discussed here. Today is the second day of this conference.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi with other global leaders at the Trevi Fountain
– Photo: PTI

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a five-day foreign tour, is currently in Rome, the capital of Italy, on the first leg of his visit to participate in the G20 summit. On Sunday, on the sidelines of the summit, the Prime Minister along with other global leaders visited the famous Trevi Fountain located here. This fountain is one of the most visible monuments in Italy. This monument in Baroque art style has also been presented on the big screen by many filmmakers as a symbol of love.

A tweet in this regard was made on Sunday from the official Twitter handle of G20 Italy. The tweet read, “The heads of the G20 delegation began the second day of the summit by walking to the city’s iconic landmark, the Trevi Fountain. It is the most beautiful fountain in the world and is famous all over the world for its coin toss tradition. The largest fountain in the city of Baroque art style is 26.3 meters in height and 49.15 meters in width.

A video has also been released by G-20 Italy regarding this. In the video, members of the delegation leading up to the fountain can be seen tossing coins over their shoulders in its water. It is believed that if you throw a coin over your shoulders in the water of this fountain, it means that you will definitely come back to Rome once again. The G20 is currently headed by Italy, which has been its president since December last year.

PM Modi will meet the Prime Minister of Italy
On the second day of the conference, ie today, Prime Minister Modi will have a bilateral meeting with the Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez. In addition, he will attend a session on Sustainable Development and an event on Supply Chain Resilience.

Expansion

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is on a five-day foreign tour, is currently in Rome, the capital of Italy, on the first leg of his visit to participate in the G20 summit. On Sunday, on the sidelines of the summit, the Prime Minister along with other global leaders visited the famous Trevi Fountain located here. This fountain is one of the most visible monuments in Italy. This monument in Baroque art style has also been presented on the big screen by many filmmakers as a symbol of love.

A tweet in this regard was made on Sunday from the official Twitter handle of G20 Italy. The tweet read, “The heads of the G20 delegation began the second day of the summit by walking to the city’s iconic landmark, the Trevi Fountain. It is the most beautiful fountain in the world and is famous all over the world for its coin toss tradition. This largest fountain in the city of Baroque art style has a height of 26.3 meters and a width of 49.15 meters.

A video has also been released by G-20 Italy regarding this. In the video, members of the delegation leading up to the fountain can be seen tossing coins over their shoulders in its water. It is believed that if you throw a coin over your shoulders in the water of this fountain, it means that you will definitely come back to Rome once again. The G20 is currently headed by Italy, which has been its president since December last year.

PM Modi will meet the Prime Minister of Italy

On the second day of the conference, ie today, Prime Minister Modi will have a bilateral meeting with the Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez. In addition, he will attend a session on Sustainable Development and an event on Supply Chain Resilience.

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