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G-20 Rendezvous

May 25, 2023 |

The G-20 meeting in Kashmir was held from May 20-22, 2023, in Srinagar, the summer capital of the union territory, concluded amid fanfare and festivities. The meeting was attended by delegates from all G20 countries, except China, Turkey and Saudi Arabia which boycotted the event. The meeting was focused on promoting tourism in Kashmir and highlighting the region's potential as a tourist destination. The delegates discussed a number of issues, including security, infrastructure, and marketing. They also visited a number of tourist attractions in the region, including the Dal Lake, and the Mughal Gardens. The meeting concluded with a declaration that reaffirmed the G20's commitment to promoting tourism in Kashmir. The declaration also called on the international community to support the region's development. The G-20 meeting was a significant event. It was the first time that a major international meeting has been held in Kashmir since the region's special status was revoked in 2019. The meeting became an opportunity for India to showcase Kashmir to the world and to promote the region as a tourist destination and its harvest will be surely reaped in coming months and years. The meeting was also a success in terms of security. There were no major security incidents during the meeting, and the delegates were able to visit all of the planned tourist attractions without any problems. The meeting was surely a positive step for the region. It helped to raise Kashmir's profile on the international stage and to promote the region as a tourist destination. The meeting also showed that India is committed to developing Kashmir and to improving the lives of its people. The meeting highlighted the importance of tourism for economic development in Kashmir. It identified a number of areas where the government and the private sector can work together to promote tourism in Kashmir. It raised awareness of the challenges facing tourism in Kashmir, such as security and infrastructure. It provided a platform for the government and the private sector to engage with the international community on the issue of tourism in Kashmir. The meeting helped to build a good profile of Kashmir on the international stage. The need of the hour is for the officials to capitalise on the new connections and make relentless efforts so that the seeds that were sown during three days of deliberations mature into plants which grow into big trees in coming years.

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G-20 Rendezvous

May 25, 2023 |

The G-20 meeting in Kashmir was held from May 20-22, 2023, in Srinagar, the summer capital of the union territory, concluded amid fanfare and festivities. The meeting was attended by delegates from all G20 countries, except China, Turkey and Saudi Arabia which boycotted the event. The meeting was focused on promoting tourism in Kashmir and highlighting the region's potential as a tourist destination. The delegates discussed a number of issues, including security, infrastructure, and marketing. They also visited a number of tourist attractions in the region, including the Dal Lake, and the Mughal Gardens. The meeting concluded with a declaration that reaffirmed the G20's commitment to promoting tourism in Kashmir. The declaration also called on the international community to support the region's development. The G-20 meeting was a significant event. It was the first time that a major international meeting has been held in Kashmir since the region's special status was revoked in 2019. The meeting became an opportunity for India to showcase Kashmir to the world and to promote the region as a tourist destination and its harvest will be surely reaped in coming months and years. The meeting was also a success in terms of security. There were no major security incidents during the meeting, and the delegates were able to visit all of the planned tourist attractions without any problems. The meeting was surely a positive step for the region. It helped to raise Kashmir's profile on the international stage and to promote the region as a tourist destination. The meeting also showed that India is committed to developing Kashmir and to improving the lives of its people. The meeting highlighted the importance of tourism for economic development in Kashmir. It identified a number of areas where the government and the private sector can work together to promote tourism in Kashmir. It raised awareness of the challenges facing tourism in Kashmir, such as security and infrastructure. It provided a platform for the government and the private sector to engage with the international community on the issue of tourism in Kashmir. The meeting helped to build a good profile of Kashmir on the international stage. The need of the hour is for the officials to capitalise on the new connections and make relentless efforts so that the seeds that were sown during three days of deliberations mature into plants which grow into big trees in coming years.


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