India on Friday announced the fourth edition of the Raisina Dialogue will be held in New Delhi between 8 and 10 January next year.
This is India's flagship conference which highlights geopolitics and geo-economics.
Observer Research Foundation (ORF) in collaboration with the external affairs ministry of India will host the dialogue, reports UNB.
The Raisina Dialogue is designed around multiple formats, including a 'Young Fellows' programme, ministerial sessions, plenaries, debates and roundtables, said an official announcement.
The 2018 iteration of the Raisina Dialogue covered over 60 different themes, and attracted nearly 600 speakers and delegates from 86 countries.
It was jointly inaugurated by Indian prime minister Narendra Modi, and his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu.
The dialogue hosted high-level delegations from several countries including Australia, Russia, US, Singapore, Indonesia, Iran, France, Sweden, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Japan and Poland.
In addition to Indian ministers, secretaries and chiefs of army, navy and air force, key international speakers including Bangladesh’s foreign minister AH Mahmood Ali attended it.