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Spanish President has Tested Covid Positive and He Skipped G20 Summit

  • Sanchez declared the news via web-based entertainment stage X, previously Twitter.
  • In the meantime, China has not uncovered why Xi Jinping isn’t going to the occasion.

In front of the G20 Culmination, Spain’s Leader Pedro Sanchez has reported that he tested positive for Coronavirus on Thursday and will avoid the discretionary occasion in New Delhi.

Spanish President Skipped G20 Summit

He said that Spain would be addressed at the G20 Culmination by First VP Nadia Calvino Santamaria and Unfamiliar Pastor Jose Manuel Albares.

The G20 is booked to be held in the public capital on September 9-10. North of 30 heads of state and high-ranking representatives from the European Association, visitor nations, and 14 heads of worldwide associations are supposed to join in.

Spain’s Sanchez joins Russia’s Vladimir Putin and China’s Xi Jinping as the third-world pioneers in avoiding the highest point. Putin had passed his explanation on to State head Narendra Modi via telephone for his non-participation.

Heads of all G20 nations and nine different states (Bangladesh, Egypt, Mauritius, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Oman, Singapore, Spain, and the UAE) have been welcome to join in.

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