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    The G20 agriculture ministerial summit will take place in Hyderabad’s Hi-Tex convention centre from June 15 to June 17. The meeting will be attended by agriculture ministers from G20 nations and nine invitee countries, the heads of agriculture wings of respective countries, international organisations and agriculture research entities. The meeting aims to set the agenda for future food security and stable agriculture and give a direction to future world agriculture.

    The G20 meet will hold discussions on important issues in global agriculture such as 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 on how to take forward agriculture in the future, international best practices in the field, sharing of technical know-how in agriculture, and mutual cooperation on these issues will also be discussed.

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    Heads of agriculture from ten international organisations like ICRISAT, World Food Programme, Organisation for Economic Cooperation (OEC), Asian Development Bank (ADB), Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and many other organisations will take part in the summit. The G20 meetings under India’s Presidency have assumed significance as 70 per cent of the world trade and 75 per cent of the world population contribute to 85 per cent of the world’s GDP.

    The G20 meetings have become an effective platform for discussing the impact and emerging issues in the post-Covid world. Hyderabad has hosted some of the key working group meetings of G20 in the past, like the startup engagement group in January which discussed the encouraging ecosystem for startups in India and the current scenario prevailing world over for startups. Similarly, the 2nd G20 working group meeting on finance held in March deliberated on Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion. This was followed by the 3rd G20 working group meeting on Digital Economy in April and the 4th G20 working group meeting on Health and Family Welfare in June.

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