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Joe Bidens’ Visit To India

U.S. President Joe Biden will visit New Delhi for the annual G20 summit scheduled to be held in India this year. As the current President of G20, India will welcome World Leaders and Dignitaries from over 29 countries (including 9 guest invitees) and is set to host the 18th Annual Conference of the G20 Group of Leaders in New Delhi on the 9th and 10th of September 2023.  


As per the official press release statement by the White House, President Joe Biden is expected to discuss a diverse range of issues of contemporary importance including joint efforts to tackle global issues, clean energy transition, combating climate change, mitigating the economic and social impacts of Putin’s war in Ukraine, and increasing the capacity of multilateral development banks, including the World Bank, to better fight poverty.   


This will mark the first official trip of President Biden to India after coming to office. It is worth noting that India-U.S. relations have arguably been at their peak since Joe Biden took office. Indian PM Narendra Modi recently visited the United States on his official ‘State Visit’ to the U.S. in June this year.   


Other prominent world leaders who are expected to attend the summit include Canadian PM Justin Trudeau, British PM Rishi Sunak, Japanese PM Fumio Kishida, French President Emmanuel Macron, and Saudi Arabian King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud among others.   


Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping will not be attending the summit and are scheduled to have their dignitaries attend the conference as they represent their respective countries.   



The importance of the G20 summit is quite evident as it is expected to be focused on discussions and debates on crucial policy matters and problems facing the world and its decisions and agendas about critical global issues like the Russia-Ukraine war, economic crisis, climate sustainability, etc., will significantly impact decision making across the world.  

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