Some of the important junctions where traffic restrictions/regulations will take place are City Convention Center, Pureiromba Khongnangkhong, Chingmeirong Khongnang Ani Karak, in front of Hotel Imphal, In and around Ima Keithel and Keishampat Junction, said the SP
Manipur traffic police personnel are on their toes to ensure the smooth movement of the G-20 delegates and the visiting dignitaries arriving in the state on Friday for B20 conference.
Manipur is hosting the Conference on Opportunities for Multilateral Business Partnerships in ICT, Medical Tourism, Healthcare & Handlooms. It is the first of four B20 sessions scheduled in the North East.
Glimpses of the traditional welcome extended for the G-20 delegates upon their arrival at Imphal airport.
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Traffic Control Police Wing SP Wungpam Kasar (MPS) issued a statement informing the public about traffic regulations/restrictions to be enforced for three days beginning Friday.
Some of the important junctions where traffic restrictions/regulations will take place are City Convention Center, Pureiromba Khongnangkhong, Chingmeirong Khongnang Ani Karak, in front of Hotel Imphal, In and around Ima Keithel and Keishampat Junction, said the SP.
As per the official itinerary, on day one, a Business-20 Conference was inaugurated at City Convention Centre, Imphal followed by Plenary Session and meeting with Union Minister for Electronics and Information Technology Ashwini Vaishnaw.
On day two (18 February), Visit to Marjing Hill, sight-seeing at Loktak Lake with boat ride, lunch at Ethnic Village at Moirang Khunou (near Loktak Lake) and Ratri-Bhoj par Samvaad (Conversation over dinner) & Cultural programme at Hotel Imphal are being planned for the G20 delegates and visiting dignitaries. They will depart Imphal on day 3 (19 February after a visit to Ima market in the morning).
Charter flight is being arranged from Delhi to Imphal and vice versa for the delegates’ onward (17 February 2023) and return journey (19 February 2023).
Manipur Education Minister Thounaojam Basanta Kumar said that the event will witness the convergence of a host of overseas delegates from 23 nations representing Australia, Argentina, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Chad, Canada, China, France, Greece, Iceland, Japan, Nepal, Russia, Seychelles, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Tunisia, Uganda, the United States and the United Kingdom. The dignitaries will comprise 26 overseas business delegates and 24 diplomats, including Ambassadors from these countries and India.
The State Government has made elaborate arrangements for the three days event to showcase the potential the State can offer to the delegates on: Health and Family Welfare, Skill Development, Sports, Urban Development, Textiles, Finance & Taxation, Tourism, Industries & Commerce, IT, Agriculture and Fisheries, he added.