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IMF Chief Shakes A Leg, Dances To Sambalpuri Beats Upon Arrival In Delhi For G20 Summit: WATCH

The Managing Director and Chairman of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Kristalina Georgieva, arrived in Delhi on Thursday for the G20 Summit where she was welcomed with a cultural dance performance. The IMF chief couldn’t stop herself from shaking a leg to the Sambalpuri beats. She followed the performers and attempted a few steps of the dance herself. Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan while taking to X (formerly known as Twitter) shared a video that showed Georgieva shaking a leg and joining the Sambalpuri artists.

The Union Minister wrote, “Difficult to resist #Sambalpuri beats. MD International Monetary Fund Kristalina Georgieva arrives in India for the G20 summit to a Sambalpuri song and dance welcome.”

The video has garnered over 190,000 views so far and has been liked by 6,518 people. One of the users while reacting on the video said, “Absolutely wonderful, Proud moment for Odias.” Another user in the comment section wrote, “This is the strength of our culture and music.”

One of the users while expressing his joy over the representation of Odia culture wrote, “We are fortunate to be in Odisha and feel proud as to how powerful the message of our culture and heritage is!”

A person while applauding the IMF chief for her liveliness wrote, “How beautiful video! Though she is in great position but didn’t let Die Child in her. kudos to her. Such a warming,” added another. 

Notably, the G20 Summit is all set to kick off today in the national capital. The mega event will take place at the newly inaugurated Bharat Mandapam at Pragati Maidan. 

Some of the most powerful and influential leaders of the world, including US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, and other heads of state, will participate in the discussions on issues ailing the world.

The Summit will also see the participation of the top brass of international organisations such as the United Nations (UN), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the World Bank.

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