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List of Important International Summits-PDF

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SUMMITS

meeting (or summit) is an international meeting of heads state or government, usually with considerable media exposure, tight security, and a prearranged agenda. Nowadays, international summits are the most common expression for global governance.

Notable summit meetings include conferences are listed here, which are usually asked in Government Competitive Exams like RRB, Railways, IBPS, SSC etc.

Here we compiled the list of all important summits of different international organisations. You can download pdf file of this article.

List of Important Summits

APEC Summit : (Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation)

YearPlace
1989 – 1stAustralia (Canberra)
1990 – 2ndSingapore
1991 – 3rdSeoul
1992 – 4thBangkok
1993 – 5thBlack Island
1994 – 6thBogor
1995 – 7thOsaka
1996 – 8thSubic
1997 – 9thVancouver
1998 – 10thKuala Lumpur
1999 – 11thAuckland
2000 – 12thBandar Seri Begawan
2001 – 23thShangai
2002 – 14thLos Cabos
2003 – 15thBangkok
2004 – 16thSantiago
2005 – 17thBusan
2006– 18thHanoi
2007 – 19thSydney
2008 – 20thLima
2009 – 21stSingapore
2010 – 22ndYokohama
2011 – 23rdHonolulu
2012 – 24thVladivostok
2013 – 25thBali
2014 – 26thBeijing
2015 – 27thPhilippines, Manila
2016 – 28thLima
2017 – 29thDa Nang
2018 – 30thPapua, New Guinea
2019 – 31thChile
2020 – 32ndMalaysia
2021 – 33rdNew Zealand
2022 – 34thThailand
2023 – 35thMexico
2024 – 36thBrunei
2025 – 37thRepublic of Korea
2026 – 38thLima

G–Summits

Group of Six (G6), heads of government

YearPlace
1975 –1st G6 summitChâteau de Rambouillet

Group of Seven (G-7)

YearPlace
1976 – 2nd G7 summitSan Juan
1977 – 3rd G7 summitLondon
1978 – 4th G7 summitBonn
1979 – 5th G7 summitTokyo
1980 – 6th G7 summitVenice
1981 – 7th G7 summitMontebello
1982 – 8th G7 summitVersailles
1983 – 9th G7 summitWilliamsburg
1984 – 10th G7 summitLondon
1985 – 11th G7 summitBonn
1986 – 12th G7 summitTokyo
1987 – 13th G7 summitVenice
1988 – 14th G7 summitToronto
1989 – 15th G7 summitGrande Arche
1990 – 16th G7 summitHouston
1991 – 17th G7 summitLondon
1992 – 18th G7 summitMunich
1993 – 19th G7 summitTokyo
1994 – 20th G7 summitNaples
1995 – 21st G7 summitHalifax
1996 – 22nd G7 summitLyon
1997 – 23rd G7 summitDenver, Colorado
1998 – 24th G7 summitBirmingham, West Midlands
1999 – 25th G7 summitCologne, North Rhine Westphalia
2000 – 26th G7 summitNago, Okinawa
2001 – 27th G7 summitGenoa, Liguria
2002 – 28th G7 summitKananaskis, Alberta
2003 – 29th G7 summitÉvian-les-Bains, Haute-Savoie
2004 – 30th G7 summitSea Island, Georgia
2005 – 31st G7 summitGleneagles, Scotland
2006– 32nd G7 summitStrelna, Saint Petersburg
2007 – 33th G7 summitHeiligendamm, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
2008 – 34th G7 summitTōyako, Hokkaidō
2009 – 35th G7 summitLa Maddalena, Sardinia (cancelled)
L’Aquila, Abruzzo (re-located)
2010 – 36th G7 summitHuntsville, Ontario
2011 – 37th G7 summitDeauville, Calvados
2012 – 38th G7 summitChicago, Illinois (cancelled)
Camp David, Maryland (re-located)
2013 – 39th G7 summitLough Erne, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
2014 – 40st G7 summitBrussels, Belgium (relocated from Sochi, Russia)
2015 – 41nd G7 summitSchloss Elmau, Bavaria
2016 – 42th G7 summitShima, Mie Prefecture
2017 – 43th G7 summitTaormina, Sicily
2018 – 44th G7 summitLa Malbaie, Québec
2019 – 45th G7 summitBiarritz, Pyrénées-Atlantiques
2020 – 46th G7 summitCamp David, Maryland (cancelled)
2021 – 47th G7 summitCarbis Bay, St Ives, Cornwall, England
2022 – 48th G7 summitto be held in Germany

Groups of Twenty (G-20) Summits

YearPlace
2008 G-20 summitWashington
2009 G-20 summitLondon
2009 G-20 summitPittsburgh
2010 G-20 summitToronto
2010 G-20 summitSeoul
2011 G-20 summitCannes
2012 G-20 summitLos Cabos
2013 G-20 summitSaint Petersburg
2014 G-20 summitBrisbane
2015 G-20 summitAntalya
2016 G-20 summitHangzhou
2017 G-20 summitHamburg
2018 G-20 summitBuenos Aires
2019 G-20 summitOsaka
2020 G20 summitRiyadh
2021 G20 summitRome
2022 G20 summitLabuan Bajo

BRICS Summit : (Brazil, Russia, India,China, South Africa)

YearPlace
2009 – 1stRussia
2010 – 2ndBrazil
2011 – 3rdChina
2012 – 4thIndia
2013 – 5thSouth Africa
2014 – 6thBrazil
2015 – 7thRussia (Ufa)
2016 – 8thIndia (Panaji, Goa)
2017 – 9thChina
2018 – 10thSouth Africa (Johnesberg)
2019 – 11thBrazil
2020 – 12thRussia
2021 – 13thIndia

SAARC Summit : (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation)

YearPlace
1985 – 1stDhaka, Bangladesh
1986 – 2ndBengaluru, India
1987 – 3rdKathmandu, Nepal
1988 – 4thIslamabad, Pakistan
1990 – 5thMale, Maldives 
1991 – 6thColombo, Sri Lanka
1992 – 7thDhaka, Bangladesh
1995 – 8thNew Delhi, India
1997 – 9thMale, Maldives 
1998 – 10thColombo, Sri Lanka
2002 – 11thKathmandu, Nepal
2004 – 12thIslamabad, Pakistan
2005 – 13thDhaka, Bangladesh
2007 – 14thNew Delhi, India
2008 – 15thColombo, Sri Lanka
2010 – 16thThimphu, Bhutan
2011 – 17thAddu City, Maldives
2014 – 18thKathmandu, Nepal
2016 – 19thIslamabad, Pakistan
2018 – 20thIslamabad, Pakistan
2021 – 21stIndia (Virtual mode)

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