No plans for a meeting between US President Joe Biden and Chinese Premier Li Qiang at G20 Summit in Delhi.

The G20 Summit, hosted by India’s presidency, features murals, graffiti, and painted walls, drawing top leaders to the newly inaugurated Bharat Mandapam Convention Centre at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi on September 9-10. World leaders have begun arriving for this historic G20 Summit under India’s leadership. Established in 1999, the G20 aims to ensure global financial stability, encompassing middle-income nations.

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This summit will welcome prominent figures, including US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. However, Chinese President Xi Jinping will not attend, and Premier Li Qiang will represent China.

Notably, President Biden has no plans to meet with Chinese Premier Li Qiang during the G20 Summit, as confirmed by a White House official. Jake Sullivan, the president’s national security advisor, emphasized this decision, expressing no intent to engage with the Chinese premier, despite reports of Chinese nationals gaining access to American military bases.

President Biden’s schedule for the G20 includes participation in various sessions and events, including an official arrival and handshake with PM Modi, participation in the G20 Leaders’ Summit Sessions on “One Earth” and “One Family,” and involvement in a Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment event. The summit will conclude with a dinner and cultural program with G20 Leaders.

India, holding the G20 presidency since December 1, 2022, organized around 200 meetings across 60 cities related to the G20. The 18th G20 Summit in New Delhi marks the culmination of these efforts, with a G20 Leaders’ declaration expected to reflect their commitment to discussed priorities. Brazil is set to assume the G20 presidency in 2024, followed by South Africa in 2025.

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