The G-20 Summit will be held in Jammu and Kashmir in 2019

Jammu and Kashmir will host the G-20 meetings in 2023, an important alliance that brings together the worlds major economies . The Union Territory government established a five-member high level commission for overall coordination on Thursday .

Jammu and Kashmir will host the G-20 meetings in 2023, an important alliance that brings together the worlds major economies, with the Union Territory government establishing a five-member high level commission for overall coordination on Thursday.After the erstwhile states' special status guaranteed under Article 370 of the Constitution was withdrawn and it was split into two union territories in August 2019, Union Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal was elected as Indias Sherpa for the G20 in September last year India will hold the G20 presidency from December 1, 2022, and will host the G20 leaders summit in 2023 for the first time, according to an official order issued by the Ministry of External Affairs on Thursday.According to Manoj Kumar Dwivedi, the Union Territory's housing and urban development department principal secretary will be the chairman of the committee.The committee includes Commissioner Secretary (Transport), Administrative Secretary (Tourism), Administrative Secretary (Hospital and Conventional), and Administrative Secretary (Culture), along with the new principal secretary to the government, Housing and Urban Development Department, who has been nominated as a UT level nodal officer to manage India's involvement in the G-20 summits since 2014.India has been a member of the G20 since its inception in 1999, with 19 of the world's leading economies and the European Union as its predecessors, current, and emerging, with its members accounting for more than 80% of global GDP, 75 percent of global trade, and 60 percent of the global population, according to the MEA.