SRINAGAR: As the foreign delegates left Kashmir after attending three-day G-20 tourism working group meeting in Srinagar, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha Thursday said the success of G-20 meeting signifies the rise of new Jammu and Kashmir to India and world.
“J&K has been a hot topic among everyone who visited the Valley. Not only in the country, but across the world in the last few days due to the conduct of G-20 tourism working group meeting in Srinagar,” Lt Governor Sinha said while addressing a function in central Kashmir’s Ganderbal district today.
The third G-20 tourism working group meeting under India’s presidency was held in Srinagar from May 22 -24. It was the first major international event in J&K post abrogation of Article 370 by centre on August 5, 2019. Sinha said 57 delegates from 27 countries participated in the 3-day G-20 meeting in Srinagar.