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PM Modi to inaugurate Maritime India Summit 2021 on March 2; 24 nations to participate

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the entire summit will be held on a virtual platform with registration for visitors and exhibitors starting today
jith Athrady
Last Updated : 11 February 2021, 13:18 IST
Last Updated : 11 February 2021, 13:18 IST
Last Updated : 11 February 2021, 13:18 IST
Last Updated : 11 February 2021, 13:18 IST

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Around 20,000 delegates from 24 countries will be participating in the 2nd edition of the Maritime India Summit (MIS) scheduled to be held virtually from March 2 to March 4.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Maritime India Summit 2021, which will also showcase over 400 projects, on March 2.

The event is being organised by the Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways (MoPSW) jointly with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) as the industrial partner and EY as the knowledge partner.

"The Maritime India Summit (MIS) is going to provide a powerful platform for international collaboration and bring in partner countries for mutual exchange of knowledge and opportunities," Union Minister of Ports, Shipping and Waterways Mansukh Mandaviya told the media here.

Mandaviya and senior officials also launched a brochure and the website for the event during the press conference.

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the entire summit will be held on the virtual platform with registration for visitors and exhibitors starting today.

The event will provide a unique platform which will see physical and virtual presence of prominent shipping and transport ministers and dignitaries from across the world. Maritime states of India will participate in the summit through dedicated sessions. The summit will also include an exclusive CEOs’ forum and various thematic/breakout sessions, the Minister said.

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Published 11 February 2021, 13:18 IST

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