Hyderabad: G-20 team visits regional passport office in the city

Hyderabad: Ahead of the meet in the city, the G-20 team visited the regional passport office and inaugarated the G-20 artifact made of waste material.

The artifact (on the lines of the theme of this year’s Swachhata Pakhwada- Wealth out of Waste) is made entirely of disposable waste material and has been made available in the passport office by officials and support staff.

The G-20 team was led by Harsh Vardhan Shringla, G-20 Chief Coordinator (Former Foreign Secretary) and also consisted of Ramesh Babu, JS (Summits), Ashok Kumar Sharma, Consultant (Logistics) and others.

During his interaction with the officials, Shringla briefed officials about the concept of G-20 and its functioning. He also congratulated them about the output of 6.59 lakh passports last year and advised them to carry on the same work further.

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