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US President Biden will attend the G20 summit in India

  • Biden will attend the G-20 meeting in India, which will take place the next month.
  • Biden and G20 partners will talk about a variety of coordinated initiatives to address major global concerns.
  • Vice President Kamala Harris will visit the ASEAN and East Asia Summits in Jakarta.

President Joe Biden will attend the G-20 meeting in India, according to the US administration, which will take place the following month.

Jake Sullivan, the national security adviser for the US, revealed on Tuesday that Joe Biden will visit New Delhi for the G20 Leaders’ Summit from September 7 to September 10.

G20 Summit in India

According to the White House, Biden and G20 partners will talk about a variety of coordinated initiatives to address major global concerns, such as the switch to renewable energy and battling climate change.

The article claims that the leaders would also concentrate on methods to lessen the negative social and economic effects of Russian President Vladimir’s “Putin’s war in Ukraine.”

Biden will attend many bilateral meetings during his visit, according to Sullivan, who did not disclose any other information. The question of whether Biden will meet with Xi Jinping, the president of China, is in the spotlight.

Additionally, Sullivan announced that Vice President Kamala Harris will visit the ASEAN and East Asia Summits in Jakarta, Indonesia, early the next month.

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