Yes, it looks fine to me. Is there a certain part of your sentence which you are unsure of?
Just as a side discussion, you can also use the preposition "during" to refer to something that happened within a duration of time (the meeting). You can also use "the meeting today" instead of "today's meeting".
Example: "The summary of the points discussed during the meeting today is given below for your information and necessary action."
I hope this helps.