G20 Summit: US President Joe Biden is coming to India on Thursday (September 7) to participate in the G-20 summit. The White House has informed about this. According to the White House, Joe Biden will be the Prime Minister on September 8 Narendra Modi. Significantly, this year India is presiding over the G-20 summit. India will host world leaders for the summit to be held in New Delhi on September 9 and 10.
The White House said in a statement on Friday that the president would travel to New Delhi, India, on Thursday to attend the G-20 leaders’ summit. A day after reaching India i.e. on September 8, President Biden will participate in a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Modi. After this, Biden will participate in the G-20 summit on Saturday and Sunday. Where he will discuss other important global issues including the adoption of clean energy and tackling climate change with the leaders of the member countries of the G-20 summit.
Russia-Ukraine war will also be discussed
According to the information given by the White House, he will discuss with the leaders attending the G-20 summit on reducing the economic and social effects of the Russia-Ukraine war, as well as dealing with global challenges. There will also be talks on increasing the capacity of multilateral development banks, including the World Bank, to fight poverty better.
Doubt persists over Chinese President’s visit to India
Suspicion remains on whether Chinese President Xi Jinping will come to India to attend the G-20 summit. According to media reports, it is being claimed that the chances of Jinping coming to India are very less. Along with this, China has not yet officially agreed to Xi Jinping’s visit to India. Along with this, Russian President Vladimir Putin will also not participate in the G-20 summit to be held in India.
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