US President Joe Biden excited to attend G20 Summit

New Delhi:

The country's capital is ready for the G20 summit. Elaborate security arrangements have been made in Delhi ahead of the G20 Summit. Several presidents, including US President Joe Biden, will attend this summit. At this summit, the leaders of the Group of 20 major economies of the world will discuss and find solutions to many major global issues including digital transformation, climate financing, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and food security. Let us tell you which leader from which country is coming to Delhi to attend the G20 Summit.

US President Joe Biden will arrive in India on September 20 to attend the G7 Summit. The White House has announced that he will also hold bilateral meetings with Prime Minister Narendra Modi before the two-day summit. On Saturday and Sunday, President Biden will attend the G20 summit, where he and other G20 partners will discuss a range of issues, the economic and social impacts of the Russia-Ukraine war, and capacity building of multilateral development banks. According to the latest reports, US First Lady Jill Biden has tested positive for coronavirus. After this, President Biden was also tested for Covid-19, but the result came negative.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang
will lead the country's delegation to the G20 summit. It has been confirmed that Chinese President Xi Jinping will not attend the meeting in Delhi this year. This will be the first time that a Chinese president is not attending the G2008 leaders' summit since the first event in 20. During the COVID-2020 pandemic in 2021 and 19, Xi Jinping virtually participated in the summit.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak
will attend the G20 Summit. He will be making his first official visit to India after taking charge to attend the summit.

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has confirmed his personal presence at the G9 Summit in Delhi on September 10 and 20. The Australian Prime Minister's visit to India will be part of a three-nation tour, in which he will also visit Indonesia and the Philippines. Ahead of the G20 summit, Albanese emphasised Australia's commitment to the Indo-Pacific region to enhance "development and prosperity, stability and respect for sovereignty and lasting peace".

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
will travel to Indonesia to attend the ASEAN summit before arriving in New Delhi for the G20 summit on Saturday and Sunday.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has confirmed his participation in the upcoming G20 Summit in New Delhi. Ahead of his visit to India, Schulz, in an interview with German radio station Deutschlandfunk, emphasised that the G20 summit remains important despite the absence of heads of state from Russia and China.

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida
is set to attend the G20 Summit in New Delhi. He is likely to lead criticism of Russia over the Ukraine war.

South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeo
has confirmed his presence at the G20 summit in Delhi. He is expected to expose North Korea's growing missile provocations and nuclear threats to world leaders.

French President Emmanuel
Macron is set to attend the G9 summit on September 10 and 20. Emmanuel Macron is also expected to hold bilateral talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on a range of issues.

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
is likely to attend the G20 summit in New Delhi, but an official confirmation is still awaited.

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa
has expressed full support for India's G20 presidency.

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is likely to attend the G20 Summit in New Delhi.
Bangladesh is one of the countries that India has invited to participate as observers.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan
is scheduled to visit India for the G20 summit where he will discuss a range of issues, including climate change.

Argentine President Alberto Fernandez
has confirmed his presence at the G20 Summit in New Delhi.

Nigerian President Bolo Tinubu is set to attend the G20 summit aimed at boosting foreign investment in the country and raising global capital for infrastructure development.

These leaders are not attending the summit...

Russian President Vladimir Putin
will also not attend the G20 summit this year. The International Criminal Court (ICC) has issued an arrest warrant against President Putin accusing him of war crimes in Ukraine. The Kremlin has strongly opposed it. This means that they risk being arrested while travelling abroad. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will represent the country at this important summit to be held in New Delhi.

European Union leaders
Ursula von der Leyen and European Council President Charles Michel have not yet confirmed their presence at the G20 summit.

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador
is expected to miss this year's G20 summit.

Leaders who did not confirm their presence...
Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Maloney Indonesian
President Joko Widodo

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