BUENOS AIRES: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for New Delhi after concluding a three-day visit of Argentina. In this visit PM attended the 13th G20 Summit for state leaders, apart from hosting a number of high-profile and historic meetings.
Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson (MEA) Raveesh Kumar shared his views on the Twitter about PM’s visit. His Tweet reads, "Making India`s voice count! PM @narendramodi departs for Delhi after a hectic visit to Argentina, which witnessed PM`s participation at the #G20Summit, and also in several bilateral and plurilateral meetings,"
PM attended the Yoga for Peace Event at the La Rural Fairgrounds, following which he held a meeting with United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. He also attended the first-ever trilateral summit with Japan and the United States of America, where he coined the term "JAI" (Japan-America-India) for the newly-formed partnership to promote peace, prosperity, and stability in the Indo-Pacific region.
During the Summit, PM participated in the Russia-India-China (RIC) Informal Summit, the first such meeting since the one held in Saint Petersburg in 2012. Summit in the year 2022 will be hosted by India.