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Important Summits of the World in 2013, 2014, 2015 [UPDATED]

A Summit is a meeting of heads of state or government, usually with considerable media exposure, tight security and a prearranged agenda. Below is the list of important summits, meetings and conferences of the world in the year 2013, 2014, 2015, etc. The list of summits are G-20, BRICS, G-7, NATO, BIMSTEC, APEC, SAARC, OPEC, ASEAN, IBSA, etc..

List of Important Summits of the World

G-20 Summits (1999)
The Group of Twenty Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors is a group of finance ministers and central bank governors from 20 major economies: 19 countries plus the European Union, which is represented by the President of the European Council and by the European Central Bank. Chairperson- Tony Abott, Total Countries- 20
Countries= BRICS + G7 + Argentina, Australia, Indonesia, Mexico, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Turkey
• 8th G 20 Meeting 2013 – Saint Petersburg, Russia
• 9th G 20 Meeting 2014 – Brisbane, Australia
• 10th G 20 Meeting 2015 – Turkey

BRICS Summits (2008)
Countries (5)- Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa
• 5th BRICS Summit 2013 – Durban, South Africa
• 6th BRICS Summit 2014 – Fortaleza, Brazil
• 7th BRICS Summit 2015 – UFA, Russia

G-7 Annual Summits (Earlier it was G8, Now Russia suspended Temporarily) (1975)
Group of Seven Countries – France, Germany, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom, United States of America, Canada.
• 39th G8 Summit 2013 – County Fermanagh, UK
• 40th G8 Summit 2014 – Brussels, Belgium
• 41st G8 Summit 2015 – Schloss Elmau, Germany

SAARC Summits (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) (1985)
HQ- Nepal , Secretary General- Arjun Bahadur Thapa and Indian Representative at SAARC- Lakshmi Savithri
Countries (8)- Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
• 17th SAARC Summit 2011– Addu, Maldives
• 18th SAARC Summit 2014 – Kathmandu, Nepal

ASEAN Summits (Association of South East Asian Nation)
HQ- Jakarta, Indonesia , Total Countries- 10 and Secretary General- Le Luong Minh (Vietnam)
INDIA IS NOT IN ASEAN COUNTRIES.
• 22nd ASEAN Summit 2013 (April)– Brunei
• 23rd ASEAN Summit 2013 (October)– Brunei
• 24th ASEAN Summit 2014 (May)– Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
• 25th ASEAN Summit 2014 (November)– Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar

ASEAN-India Summit
• 9th ASEAN-India Summit 2011 – Bali, Indonesia
• 10th ASEAN-India Summit 2012 – Phnom penh, Cambodia
• 11th ASEAN-India Summit 2014 – Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar

East Asia Summit (EAS)
EAS meetings are held after annual ASEAN leaders’ meetings.
• 6th East Asia Summit 2011 – Bali, Indonesia
• 7th East Asia Summit 2012 – Phnom penh, Cambodia
• 8th ASEAN-India Summit 2014 – Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar

IBSA Summits (2003)
IBSA Dialogue Forum – India, Brazil, South Africa.
• 6th IBSA Summit 2013 – New Delhi, India
• 7th IBSA Summit 2015 – New Delhi, India

BIMSTEC Summits (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multisectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation(1997)
Total Countries (7)- Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Srilanka, Thailand, Bhutan.
Chairmanship- Nepal
• 3rd BIMSTEC Summit 2014 – Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
• 4th BIMSTEC Summit 2015 – Nepal

APEC Summits (Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation) (1989)
Total Countries- 21 , HQ- Singapore and Executive Director- Alan Bolard
INDIA IS NOT IN APEC COUNTRIES.
• 25th APEC Summit 2013 – Medan/Jakarta, Indonesia
• 26th APEC Summit 2014 – Beijing, China
• 27th APEC Summit 2015 – Philippines, Manila
• 28th APEC Summit 2016 – Peru, Lima
• 29th APEC Summit 2017 – Vietnam, Hanoi

Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) (2010)
Total Countries participated in the 2nd NSS 2012 summit was 53 countries.
• 3rd NSS 2014 – Hague, Netherlands
• 4th NSS 2016 – USA

NATO Summit (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) (1949)
Total Countries- 28 , HQ- Belgium and Secretary General- Jenus Stoltenberg (newly elected from Norway)
INDIA IS NOT IN NATO SUMMIT COUNTRIES.
• NATO 2014- Britain UK

OTHER SUMMITS:-
1. 15th International OPEC Summit, 2014- Paris, France
2. 47th ADB Meeting, 2014- Astana, Kazakhstan
3. United Nations Climatic Change Meeting, 2014- Newyork, USA
4. 9th WTO Ministerial Conference, 2013- Bali, Indonesia (10th WTO Ministerial Conference, 2014 Venue not yet decided)
5. 18th BASIC Ministerial Meeting, 2014- New Delhi, India (Basic- Brazil, South Africa, India, China)
6. 6th International Nuclear Energy Forum ATOMEXPO 2014- Moscow, Russia
7. World Economic forum 2014- Abuja, Nigeria (Sunil Bharti Mittal was the CO-Chairperson this year)
8. Internet Governance Forum 2014- Istanbul, Turkey
9. NAM (Non Aligned Movement) Summit 2015 - Venezuela.
10. 83rd Interpol General Assembly- Monaco

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5 comments

  1. Hi, thank you so much for this Information. I would also like to add, Bimstec, Opec, Earth Summits (Rio), Group of 6 and Group of 30 Summits. Also It would be great if you can also add the United Nations Conferences and Summits. Thanks in advance.

  2. Thanx…its really helpful..

  3. awesome .. keep going

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