On the sidelines of the meeting, the Raksha Rajya Mantri will hold bilateral meetings with participating Ministers of member countries and discuss defence cooperation matters to further strengthen the engagements. He will also interact with the Indian community in Accra during the visit
The Delhi government has announced a three-day public holiday for all city government and private offices and educational institutions
in view of the G20 Summit scheduled to take place in the national capital on September 8, 9 and 10.
All commercial banks and financial institutions, situated within the jurisdiction of the New Delhi police district, will also remain shut on September 8-10, an official notification said on Thursday.
All shops, commercial and business establishments situated within the jurisdiction of the New Delhi police district will also remain closed on September 8-10, the notification said.
The G20 Summit is slated to take place on September 9-10 at the state-of-the-art Bharat Mandapam Convention Centre at Pragati Maidan.