Chinese President Xi Jinping Officially Declines G20 Summit Attendance in Delhi

China’s Foreign Ministry has officially announced that Chinese President Xi Jinping will not participate in the G20 summit to be held in Delhi. The G20 is an organization formed to resolve global economic issues and build consensus, comprising Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, UK, USA and European countries. India has assumed the presidency of the G20 this year on a rotational basis. The India-led G20 summit will be held in Delhi on the 9th and 10th. This decision is part of China’s withdrawal from international news, and the reasons for Xi Jinping’s absence have not been disclosed. Indonesia to host Asian summit with Moon Jae-in replacing Xi Jinping. Delhi G20 summit to include leaders like Biden, Emmanuel Macron, Morrison, Scholz, and Sunak. Putin skips India visit due to Ukraine crisis; Russian Foreign Minister attending instead. American President Biden, while initially hopeful of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s participation in the Delhi G20 conference, expressed disappointment upon the official confirmation of Xi’s absence.

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