(Web Desk) According to reports, Chinese President Xi Jinping will probably not attend the G20 summit in India next week.
According to the report of the foreign news agency Reuters, 2 Indian officials, a diplomat based in China and a member posted in a country included in the G20 group say that Chinese Premier Li Qiang in the meeting held in New Delhi on September 9-10. will represent
No explanatory statement was issued by the Indian or Chinese foreign ministry regarding the Chinese president’s non-participation in the G20 meeting.
According to foreign news agency Kyodo, Chinese Premier Li Qiang will participate in the East and Southeast Asian Leaders’ Summit to be held in Indonesia from September 5 to 7.
On the other hand, there were reports that the Chinese President may have a meeting with his American counterpart Joe Biden in the G20 meeting, the American President has confirmed his participation in the meeting.
The two superpowers have begun efforts to stabilize their relationship after being strained by a number of trade and geopolitical issues.
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin has also announced that he will not participate in the G20 meeting in New Delhi, instead of the Russian President, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will attend the meeting.
A senior government official from India told the news agency that we are aware that Chinese Premier Li Qiang will represent his country at the meeting. Two foreign diplomats in China and one from G20 countries. A government official said that the possibility of Xi Jinping going to India for the G20 summit is very unlikely.
He said that he was told by the Chinese authorities about the Chinese President not going to India. The possibility of a meeting between Xi Jinping and Joe Biden increased due to the visit of several key US officials to Beijing.
Those visits include Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo’s visit earlier this week, with another summit being considered for face-to-face talks between the two leaders, reportedly from Nov. 12 to 18. The leaders are likely to meet at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Leaders Summit in San Francisco.