Delegates from across countries are arriving in Sikkim for the G20 Business 20 Summit

Delegates from across countries are arriving in Sikkim for the G20 Business 20 Summit.

The delegates include representatives of The Group of Twenty (G20) countries – Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Türkiye, United Kingdom and the United States along with representatives from Bhutan, Nepal & Bangladesh.

The delegates were received with a warm welcome upon their arrival at Greenfield Airport, Pakyong by secretary IPR department Namrata Thapa, secretary home department Tashi Cho Cho, secretary culture department BK Lama, state protocol officer home department Pempo T Pulger, district collector Pakyong Tashi Chophel among others.

Additionally, 15 Sikkim ethnic groups performed a grand customary welcome at the Greenfield Airport in Pakyong.

The B20 is the official G20 dialogue forum with the global business community and among the most prominent engagement groups of G20.

For Sikkim, the B20 will offer a huge opportunity to highlight the economic potential and pave the way for partnerships with business communities from G20 countries.

Known for its incredible natural beauty and strategic location, Sikkim offers a wide range of opportunities for multilateral business partnerships in tourism, hospitality, agriculture and pharmaceuticals. It is a rare forum where we can collectively present our economic strengths to the esteemed delegates from the G20 countries.

The theme of India’s G20 presidency is – “VasudhaivaKutumbakam” or “One Earth. One Family. One Future”.

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