Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has sent invitations to ministers and secretaries of 13 different countries for the Global Investors Summit (GIS), which will be held from February 10 to 12 in 2023.
In the letter accessed by PTI, Yogi Adityanath emphasized that the state has excellent conditions for trade and investment and that the Global Investor Summit is a historic opportunity for the industrial and economic development of the state.
The curtain-raising ceremony will be held at Sushma Swaraj Bhawan in Pravasi Bhartiya Kendra in New Delhi and guests will include ambassadors from various nations and top management of PSUs. The ceremony would be presided over by Adityanath, who would assure the attendees of the state’s commitment to foster a safe business environment.
At the event, two portals will be opened with the concept of ‘easy investment,’ under the direction of the CM. In addition, a short film about GIS-2023 will be shown and the logo of the summit will be unveiled.
The Uttar Pradesh Industrial Development Strategy 2022-23 was also discussed in detail by the Chief Minister in his letter.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE), Japan, Germany, Thailand, Mexico, South Africa, Brazil, Australia, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Canada and Argentina are among the countries that have been invited as industrial development ministers.
The Adityanath government has set itself the goal of making Uttar Pradesh a one trillion dollar economy.
The government will hold a global investor summit next year with this goal in mind.
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