Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in the Argentinian capital Buenos Aires to participate in the 13th G-20 summit. The theme of the summit is – Building Consensus for a Fair and Sustainable Development. The first session of the summit is titled as ‘Putting People First’ and PM Modi will make a lead intervention in the session.

The Prime Minister during the 13th G-20 summit in Argentina said that peace in family, society and country can only be achieved if the mind is at peace. And in order to attain mental peace, Yoga is the most essential activity that everybody should perform throughout the world.

PM Modi at the G-20 summit in Argentina said that Yoga is India’s gift to the world for health, wellness and peace. It is something which not only gives mental peace but also connects us with happiness and wellness. PM Modi further added that it is Yoga only which is bridging the vast distance between India and Argentina and is connecting the people of both the countries and the countries too.

“While Argentina has a keen interest in India’s art, music and dance, there are lakhs of fans of Argentine football players in our country. Maradona’s name has become part of our daily conversations and sayings,” Prime Minister Modi said.

Besides this, PM Narendra Modi also congratulated the Argentina hockey team amidst the 13th G-20 summit in Argentina for winning their first match of the Hockey World Cup. The first match for the Argentina hockey team was held in Odisha.

“It’s a matter of pride and happiness for us that Argentina is hosting the G20 summit. Issues such as global economy, sustainable development, climate change, and fugitive economic offenders will be discussed during the summit. These are in the interest of the entire world, and not just India and Argentina,” he said.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Today met Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Buenos Aires. The meeting took place on the sidelines of the G20 summit where both of them discussed ways and methods to boost economic, cultural and energy ties. Besides this, both the leaders also discussed concerns about enhancing investment in technology, renewable energy and food security.