G-20 Flower Festival
A two-day G-20 Flower Festival was held at Connaught Place in Delhi, which aimed to showcase vibrant and colorful displays from G20 members and guest countries. Union Environment Minister Bhupendra Yadav inaugurated the festival organized by the New Delhi Municipal Corporation at Central Park. Several G20 countries participated in the festival, including Japan, Singapore and the Netherlands.
Various motifs and motifs have been depicted in different scripts and settings along with floral motifs aimed at portraying the richness of the Indian subcontinent. In addition, the G20 members and invited nations are depicted with floral paintings and photographs in celebration. The festival is open to all from 10 am to 7 pm. Admission to the festival is free and the venue also hosts musical and cultural events.
About the G20
- It was founded in 1999 as an international forum of the world's leading companies.
- Its primary objective is to promote international financial stability and sustainable economic growth.
- The G20 serves as a forum for discussion and cooperation relating to a wide range of economic and financial issues such as trade, investment, employment, energy and rural transformation.