Expressing his disappointment over Chinese President Xi Jinping’s absence at the G20 summit in New Delhi, US President Joe Biden stated on Sunday that he was eagerly anticipating his upcoming visit to India later this week.
A White House official said President Joe Biden does not intend to meet Chinese Premier Li Qiang during his visit to India. India is presiding over the G-20 countries this year. In such a situation, the arrival of foreign guests has started from Thursday to attend the G-20 summit to be held on 9 and 10 September. In this sequence, the President of America is also going to reach Delhi this evening.
President will also visit Vietnam
It is noteworthy that President Joe Biden will visit Vietnam after attending the G-20 summit to be held in India. He has left Washington. Presidential National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan spoke to reporters on the summit’s agenda.
Chinese citizens entered American military bases
During this, Sulvin was asked whether Chinese citizens have entered American military bases and whether this issue will be raised in Delhi. On this, he said that at this time we do not have any plan for the President to talk to the Prime Minister of China.
Leaders of these two countries are not attending
Let us tell you, earlier this week a report had come out, in which it was told that the Presidents of China and Russia are not attending the summit. President Biden had expressed disappointment on this. At the same time, it is being said that the American President can take advantage of the absence of these leaders.