To be part of the powerful G20 summit meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will leave for Buenos Aires, Argentina today.
He is to returns to New Delhi late evening December 2.
Union Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale told reporters in New Delhi Tuesday evening that apart from the multilateral meetings, there would be a few bilateral meetings on the margins of the summit.
The prime minister was likely to dwell on the flagship programs of his government, like the Jan Dhan Yojana, the Mudra scheme, Aadhar, Ayushman Bharat, and open up the International Solar Alliance to countries beyond the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn.
Other issues which would be raised include the risks posed by oil price volatility as these issues have impacted India in a major way.
Modi will also meet UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, host Argentina’s president Mauricio Macri, Chilean President Sebastian Pinera, He will also meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the prime ministers of Spain, Jamaica, the Netherlands and the president of European Union and European Council, and probably French President Emmanuel Macron.>