Gita Gopinath, a leading economist, released images from a significant G20 event in Bengaluru last night, where she was photographed with well-known world leaders. Ms Gopinath, dressed in a saree, shared images of herself with Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and Spanish Deputy Prime Minister Nadia Calvino.
For the first Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (FMCBG) meetings, which took place in Bengaluru, key decision-makers including the Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) had assembled. The G20 Presidency is presently held by India.
“Meeting Finance Minister @nsitharaman @nsitharamanoffc at the G20 FMCBG sessions in Bangalore was a tremendous joy. Good conversations abound at G20.org “remarked Ms. Gopinath while tweeting a picture of Ms. Sitharaman.
It was really nice to catch up with Finance Minister @nsitharaman @nsitharamanoffc at the G20 FMCBG meetings in Bengaluru. Lots of good discussions @g20org pic.twitter.com/jq5FhZ7L33— Gita Gopinath (@GitaGopinath) February 23, 2023
The Spanish Minister of Economy, Ms. Calvino, was likewise dressed in a saree.
As she shared a photo with her, Ms Gopinath remarked, “First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy in Spain @NadiaCalvino fits in wonderfully at @g20org in Bengaluru. She always contributes enormously to helping solve global challenges.”
First Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Economy in Spain @NadiaCalvino, who always contributes immensely towards helping solve global issues, fits in perfectly at @g20org in Bengaluru! pic.twitter.com/iwUrBpjCqT— Gita Gopinath (@GitaGopinath) February 23, 2023
Powerful women leaders at @g20org: US Treasury Secretary @SecYellen & IMF Managing Director @KGeorgieva. pic.twitter.com/c0vJNhHtHJ— Gita Gopinath (@GitaGopinath) February 23, 2023
A frequent user of social media, Ms. Gopinath also posted pictures of herself with two “strong women leaders”: Kristalina Georgieva, managing director of the IMF, and Janet Yellen, the US secretary of the Treasury.
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