Karnataka Tourism hosts G20 delegates in Bengaluru on December 13
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Industry Watch | December 13, 2022 | News
Karnataka Tourism G20 delegates Bengaluru
Karnataka Tourism laid out the red carpet to international delegates from over 35 countries attending the Bengaluru leg of the G20 Summit Meet on December 13. The visit of international delegates to Karnataka reinforces 'Brand Karnataka' and helps reinforce the 'One State, Many World' tagline of the tourism department.
Karnataka Tourism sees this as a prestigious and landmark occasion to showcase the best of what the state has to offer to a global and well-travelled audience.
Karnataka will host 14 G20 meetings out of which 11 in Bengaluru, 2 in Hampi and 1 in Mysuru. Excursion trips are planned within Bengaluru city as well as for Nandi Hills, Bhoga Nandishwara Temple, Mysuru and Hampi. Karnataka would like to encourage the G20 Secretariat to also showcase the Golden Chariot, South India’s only luxury train.
Karnataka is all geared up to receive delegates at the JW Marriott Prestige Golfshire for the first set of G20 Meetings from December 13 – 17. The schedule of meetings are as follows:
- 1st Finance & Central Deputies Meeting from December 13 – 15
- 1st Framework Working Group Meeting from December 16 – 17
To facilitate the smooth operations of the event, Nodal officers have been appointed for each vertical under the Chief Secretary with all concerned authorities such as Tourism, Kannada & Culture, Police, State Intelligence, Traffic, DPAR, BBMP, BIAL, and respective DCs.
Live Performances of 30-45 minutes have been planned for each evening of G20 meetings through an eclectic mix of dances, music, and a cultural exhibition showcasing the state. Bangalore City Tour has been organised on December 5, to showcase the rich culture & heritage as well as the industrial and technology strengths.
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Karnataka Tourism as part of its initiative has laid out the red carpet to international delegates from over 35 countries attending the Bengaluru leg of the G20 Summit Meet.