G20 Summit: US President is very eager to visit India, but expressed disappointment about this

Before visiting India, reporters asked Biden on Sunday (September 3) whether he was looking forward to his trip to India and Vietnam. Giving his answer in the affirmative, Biden expressed disappointment over Xi Jinping not attending the G-20 Summit. According to recent media reports, Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping are unlikely to attend the summit.

Sep 4, 2023 - 08:40
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G20 Summit: US President is very eager to visit India, but expressed disappointment about this

G-20 will be organized in New Delhi three days from today. From the US President to the British Prime Minister, many top leaders of different countries of the world are going to participate in the G-20 summit to be held on 9 and 10 September. At the same time, many such leaders including Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping will not attend the summit this time.

Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden, who is visiting India for the first time, will reach Delhi on 7 September. Biden said he was looking forward to his visit to India this week but was disappointed that Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping would not attend the G20 summit in Delhi, according to news agency PTI. Explain that as the current chair of the G20, India is hosting the annual summit.

Before visiting India, reporters asked Biden on Sunday (September 3) whether he was looking forward to his trip to India and Vietnam. Giving his answer 'yes', Biden expressed disappointment over Xi Jinping not attending the G-20. He said, 'I am disappointed, but I am going to meet him.'

According to recent media reports, Vladimir Putin and Xi are unlikely to attend the summit. G20 Special Secretary Muktesh Pardeshi said on Friday that India is awaiting a written confirmation from China on President Xi's participation in the G20 leaders' summit.

Premier Li is expected to visit India after attending the East Asia Summit in Jakarta. In 2021, Chinese President Xi did not travel to Italy to attend the G20 summit due to China's COVID-19 restrictions. Pardeshi said that the participation of world leaders in summits like the G20 is usually conveyed through a diplomatic note.

US President Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva are among the G20 leaders who have already confirmed their participation. Done. Modi will hand over the G20 presidency to Brazilian President Lula on September 10.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer
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