India Tells G20 The Kashmir is Tourism Capital of India

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Our experience is that in any working group meeting, to get such a large turnout of delegates not only from G20 countries but also from international organisations that are part of the G20 is an incredible process. If you have to do a working group on tourism in India, we have to do it in Srinagar. There is no option

Srinagar (ABC Live): In year 2022, the presidency of G20, a group of world's largest economies, including both industrialised and developing nations was handed to India.

ABC Research team is keeping close watch on all events of India’s G20 Presidency will publish a research report after New Delhi G20 summit 2023.Our Young and energetic Editor, Karan Dinesh Singh Rawat is covering Srinagar summit.

The three-day G20 Summit, at Sri Nagar from May 22-24 G20 will focus on five key priority areas: Green Tourism, Digitalization, Skills, MSMEs and Destination Management.

China and Saudi Arabia did not attend the Sri Nagar Summit whereas delegates from all other members and invitee nations have reached here for G20 summit in Srinagar.

Harsh Vardhan Shringla, Chief Coordinator, G20 Presidency-India while addressing the meeting shared that, “J&K is an important tourism destination. We expect around 20 million tourists to visit J&K this year. But the idea is to increase the value in terms of eco-tourism, film tourism, and adventure tourism, not only that but also to increase the number of foreign tourists coming to J&K, and that attention the G20 meeting will bring.” The chief coordinator for India’s G20 presidency, Harsh Vardhan Shringla, said on Sunday: “We have the highest representation from foreign delegations for the tourism working group meeting in Srinagar, than we have had in the previous working group meetings.

“Our experience is that in any working group meeting, to get such a large turnout of delegates not only from G20 countries but also from international organisations that are part of the G20 is an incredible process. If you have to do a working group on tourism in India, we have to do it in Srinagar. There is no option.”

Mr. Jitendra Singh, Minister of State, Science & Technology originally from Jammu and Kashmir  also attended the summit and referred the many iconic films shot in the picturesque valley of Kashmir.

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