India G20 Presidency: First Infrastructure Working Group Meet Begins In Pune

Pune: The first G-20 Infrastructure Working Group (IWG) meeting has begun in Pune. The two-day meeting’s main topic of discussion is “Financing Cities of Tomorrow: Inclusive, Resilient, and Sustainable.” India has invited international organisations, IWG member nations, and guests to the event to discuss the 2023 Infrastructure Agenda while India has the G20 Presidency. This event will feature 66 delegates from more than 30 nations.

The Department of Economic Affairs, the Ministry of Finance, the Government of India, as well as Australia and Brazil serving as co-chairs, will host the summit. The  G20 IWG will discuss a variety of topics related to infrastructure investments, such as promoting quality infrastructure investment, developing infrastructure as an asset class, and identifying novel methods for raising money for infrastructure investment. The meeting’s main topic will be ‘Financing Cities of Tomorrow: Inclusive, Resilient and Sustainable’.

The Pune Municipal Corporation and other Pune city stakeholders organised a number of Jan-Bhagidari initiatives prior to the G20 meeting, including G-20 lectures, a seminar on “Making Cities Future Ready and Importance of Urban Development,” a G-20 cyclothon, a motorcycle rally on National Youth Day, a swachhata drive, and model G-20 discussions in educational institutions. The initiative intends to include participants from all spheres of life in the talks taking place in relation to the G20 summit.

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