Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned to Delhi on Friday night after a successful participation in the COP-28 summit held in Dubai. During his visit, Modi engaged in discussions with several global leaders and extended an invitation to UAE President Sheikh Mohammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan for the upcoming “Vibrant Gujarat” international summit scheduled for next month.
In a series of diplomatic interactions, PM Modi met Italy’s Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, British Foreign Minister David Cameron, and former Prime Minister Tony Blair. Modi shared a friendly moment with Meloni, posting a selfie on social media.
During the COP-28 summit, Prime Minister Modi addressed four sessions of the United Nations Climatic Changes Summit, emphasizing India’s commitment to environmental protection and sustainable initiatives. He also held discussions with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, updating him on India’s progress and expressing gratitude for the support received during the G-20 summit. Guterres commended India’s efforts in environmental protection and its Green Credit mission.
The invitation extended to UAE President Sheikh Mohammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan for the “Vibrant Gujarat” summit reflects India’s commitment to fostering international partnerships for economic development and cooperation in various sectors.
Impact on MSMEs, Businesses in Gujarat:
The invitation to the UAE President for the “Vibrant Gujarat” summit presents an opportunity for MSMEs and businesses in Gujarat to enhance their global connections. The summit serves as a platform for collaboration, trade, and investment, creating avenues for local businesses to engage with international partners. Gujarat-based enterprises, particularly those in sectors aligned with the summit’s focus, should explore possibilities for networking, collaborations, and showcasing their capabilities on a global stage. This interaction could contribute to the economic growth and visibility of Gujarat-based businesses in the international arena.