New Delhi [India], September 6 (ANI): The ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Wednesday introduced that its headquarters within the nationwide capital will stay closed to the general public from September 8 to 10 in view of the upcoming G20 summit. “Due to G-20 Summit 2023 at New Delhi, Our office will remain closed to the public from 8th Sept to 10th Sept 2023,” learn an official launch by the AAP.
Earlier, on Wednesday, Delhi Minister Atishi introduced that each one colleges, schools and places of work will stay closed from September 8-10 in view of the big-ticket summit that can draw heads of state, delegates and representatives of worldwide organisations to the nationwide capital.
The AAP chief additionally stated Delhi was all decked as much as welcome the delegates.
Adressing a press convention together with Health Minister Saurabh Bharadwaj on Wednesday, Atishi stated, “In view of the G20 summit, all schools, colleges and offices will remain closed across Delhi from September 8 to 10.”Atishi added that main arterial roads have been revamped and beautified to welcome international dignitaries.
World leaders, together with US President Joe Biden, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, French President Emmanuel Macron, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Canadian President Justin Trudeau, amongst others, will attend the two-day summit.
The summit might be hosted on the state-of-the-art Bharat Mandapam Convention Centre at Pragati Maidan.
Chinese President XI Xinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin, will, nonetheless, give the summit a miss.
India assumed the G20 presidency on December 1 final yr and about 200 conferences associated to G20 have been organized in 60 cities throughout the nation.
Meanwhile, the Centre, on Wednesday, launched the’G20 India’ cell app for seamless and easy functioning with Indian and international delegates.
The G20 India cell app, geared up with language choices for all member international locations, may also assist delegates entry UPI and navigational services throughout the summit. (ANI)