The historic fountain has attracted many filmmakers who popularized the monument in Baroque style as the epitome of a romantic setting.
The delegation also threw a coin over its shoulder into the fountain, according to a video posted by the Italian Group of Twenty. It is believed that if you throw a coin over your shoulder into the fountain water, you will be sure to return to Rome.
Modi is scheduled to attend the second G20 summit in Rome, which will be held next Sunday on the topic of climate change and the environment. Prime Minister Modi, who is currently in Italy, will conclude his two-day trip to the country and will then head to Glasgow in the UK for the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which also begins on October 31, according to schedule the official.
Prime Minister Modi on Sunday visited Rome’s Trevi Fountain and is scheduled to hold a bilateral meeting with the Spanish prime minister. He will attend a session on sustainable development and a side event hosted by US President Joe Biden on “supply chain resilience.”
Prime Minister Modi attended the first session of the G20 summit in Rome on Saturday, where he discussed the global economy and health with a group of world leaders. In his official dealings with Twitter, Prime Minister Modi said the deliberations of the G20 summit were “intense and productive”.
He interacted with world leaders, including US President Joe Biden, on the sidelines of the G-20 summit, exchanging pleasantries and showing a spirit of camaraderie. In a series of photos posted by the Indian Prime Minister’s office on Twitter, Prime Minister Modi is seen meeting Joe Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
At the G20 summit session, Prime Minister Modi said India is ready to produce more than 5 billion doses of Covid vaccine next year to help the world fight the pandemic. He stressed that it was necessary for the World Health Organization to approve the Indian vaccines as soon as possible.
In his intervention in the “Global Economy and Global Health” session, the Prime Minister also highlighted the issue of facilitating international travel and talked about the mechanism of mutual recognition of the vaccine certificate as a means to achieve this, according to the text of his intervention. He shares his office.
Prime Minister Modi has expressed his satisfaction with the G20’s decision to set a minimum corporate tax of 15 to make the global financial architecture more “fair and equitable”, Foreign Minister Harsh Vardhan Shringla said, briefing reporters on Modi’s engagements here. Shringla said the decision is aimed at ensuring that companies pay a certain amount of tax in the countries where they are located.