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G-20 Finance and Central Bank Deputies meeting begins

Bengaluru:13/12/22: The first G-20 Finance and Central Bank Deputies meeting and the first Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting began in Bengaluru today. This has marked the beginning of discussions on the finance track agenda under the Indian G-20 presidency. There will be 40 such meetings on Finance across the country.

AIR Correspondent says that the Brand Karnataka is promoted on the sidelines of the international event. Karnataka will host 14 G20 meetings. Among them 11 will be held in Bengaluru, two in Hampi, the world heritage site and one will be held in Mysuru, the heritage city.

Karnataka Tourism department is the nodal department vested with the responsibility of hosting the G20 delegates who have arrived here from over 35 countries. During the meetings and stay of the delegates in Karnataka, excursions will be organized to the tourist destinations in Golden Chariot, which is South India’s only luxury train.

They will be entertained with a mix of dances, music, and cultural exhibitions native to Karnataka. The state will also showcase its prowess in the industrial and technological sectors.

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