List Of G20 Summits For General Awareness

Where was the first G20 summit held? In the year 2008, the very first G20 Summit took place in Washington DC. 

The list of G20 Summits is an important topic for competitive exams. Questions on G20 Summits are asked in the general awareness section of these exams.

Candidates preparing for upcoming Government exams such as SSC, RRB, Bank, etc. must keep abreast with G20 summits as general awareness is a critical part of the syllabus for most of these exams.

UPSC aspirants must also go through the G20 summit’s topic carefully as they can also encounter questions based on it in the UPSC Prelims. 

What is a G20 Summit?

The G20 summit founded in 1999 is the premier forum for international cooperation on the most important aspects of the international economic and financial agenda. It brings together the world’s major advanced and emerging economies. 

Like G20, there are other Important Summits and conferences as well, check at the given link. 

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List of G20 Summits & Members

The last summit was the 14th G20 summit which was held in Osaka, Japan on June 28th and 29th, 2019 headed by Shinzo Abe. It was the first time for Japan to take on the G20 Presidency.

In the 14th G20 summit Indian delegation is headed by PM Narendra Modi. Check India’s role in G20 Summit Osaka and other important facts of the summit. 

The G20 Summit 2020 will be organized in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in November 2020.   

Similarly, the table below enlists the G20 Summits that took place from 2008 to 2020, candidates will also get the G20 summits hosts, venue and dates in the list. 

List of G20 Summits
G-20 Summits Dates G20 Host Countries Venue & Host city Host leader
1st November 14th-15th, 2008 United States National Building Museum, Washington, D.C George W. Bush
2nd April 2nd, 2009 United Kingdom ExCeL London, London Gordon Brown
3rd September 2th -25th, 2009 United States David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh Barack Obama
4th June 26th-27th 2010 Canada Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto Stephen Harper
5th November 11th–12th 2010 South Korea COEX Convention & Exhibition Center, Seoul Lee Myung-bak
6th November 3rd–4th, 2011 France Palais des Festivals, Cannes Nicolas Sarkozy
7th June 18th–19th, 2012 Mexico Los Cabos Convention Center, San José del Cabo, Los Cabos Felipe Calderón
8th September 5th–6th, 2013 Russia Constantine Palace, Saint Petersburg Vladimir Putin
9th November 15th–16th,  2014 Australia Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane Tony Abbott
10th November 15th–16th,2015 Turkey Regnum Carya Hotel Convention Centre, Serik, Antalya Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
11th September 4th–5th 2016 China Hangzhou International Exhibition Centre, Hangzhou Xi Jinping
12th July 7th–8th 2017 Germany Hamburg Messe, Hamburg Angela Merkel
13th November 30th – December 1st 2018 Argentina Costa Salguero Center, Buenos Aires Mauricio Macri
14th June 28th- 29th, 2019 Japan Intex Osaka, Osaka Shinzō Abe
15th November 21st–22nd 2020 Saudi Arabia King Abdullah Financial District, Riyadh Salman
16th To be decided 2021 Italy Rome Giuseppe Conte
17th To be decided 2022 India India International Convention and Expo Centre, New Delhi Narendra Modi

Reference – Wikipedia [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_G20_summits]

Who are the G20 Members?

On the number of its members, its name is termed as the G-20 i.e. the group of twenties. It is worth mentioning that G20 members represent around 85% of global GDP, over 75% of global trade, and two-thirds of the world’s population. The name of G20 members are:

List of G 20 Members
Argentina Australia
Brazil Canada
China France
Germany India
Indonesia Italy
Japan Mexico
Republic of Korea Russia
South Africa Saudi Arabia
United States of America United kingdom
European Union Turkey

Check out the other important topics for general awareness preparation:

Candidates can check SSC General Awareness for more topics on GK for Government exams. 

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G-20 Summits – Sample Questions for General Knowledge

To understand the relevance of G20 Summits for competitive exams it is essential to know the variety of questions given in the exam paper. Hence, for candidates assistance, given below are a few sample questions on the G20 Summits and meetings held so far replicating the question type they may be asked in the exam. 

Q.1.Which of the following city organized the G20 summit held in June 2019?

  1. Hamburg
  2. Brisbane
  3. Osaka
  4. Antalya

Answer (3)

Q.2 When was the G20 Summit established?

  1. 1995
  2. 1999
  3. 1998
  4. 1997

Answer (2)

Q.3. Which of the following is not a member of the G20?

  1. Singapore
  2. Indonesia
  3. Mexico
  4. Turkey

Answer (1)

Q.4. Where was the first G20 summit held and in which year?

  1. Canada 2002
  2. Britain 2008
  3. United States of America 2008
  4. France 2002

Answer (3)

Q.5. Which and when will India host a G20 Summit?

  1. 2021, 15th G20 Summit
  2. 2021, 16th G20 Summit
  3. 2022, 16th G20 Summit
  4. 2022, 17th G20 Summit

Answer (4)

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The questions given above are just for your reference, candidates must be prepared with the updated information regarding the G20 Summits. Check out Previous Year Question Papers PDF with Solutions for more variety of questions. 

Aspirants must have a clear idea of the entire syllabus for the various government exams and only then can they start their preparation systematically. So given below are a set of links they can refer to:

Aspirants who are looking forward to applying for the Government exams must start their preparation and for any help or assistant can refer to BYJU’S and get the latest information, study material and tips for preparation.

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