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    The G20 nations will have a three-day summit at the Hi-tex convention center in Hyderabad from June 15. The summit will be attended by agriculture ministers from G20 nations and 9 invitee countries. They will discuss important issues in global agriculture and set future course of action.

    The meeting will focus on food security, stable agriculture for nutrition, agriculture development under women’s leadership, and changes needed for resilient agriculture to face ecological and environmental changes. Decisions taken in these meetings on how to take forward agriculture in future, international best practices in the field, sharing of technical know-how in agriculture, and mutual cooperation on these issues will be discussed.

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    The G20 agriculture ministerial summit plays an important role in setting the agenda for future food security and stable agriculture. The summit will also give a direction to future world agriculture. The delegates will visit ICRISAT and other agriculture institutions during their visit.

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