G20 Summit in New Delhi: Global Leaders Converge to Tackle Pressing Issues

New Delhi: The upcoming G20 Summit in New Delhi will bring together leaders from major economies to address global challenges, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, and the war in Ukraine.

India, as the current G20 chair, is making extensive preparations for the event, including deploying drones for security, creating vibrant murals, and using large langur cutouts to deter monkeys.

Here is a brief overview of the key leaders attending the G20 Summit and their accommodation details:

  • US President Joe Biden: President Biden is scheduled to arrive in New Delhi and will be accommodated at the ITC Maurya Hotel. He is expected to engage in bilateral talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, focusing on discussions related to clean energy transition and climate change during the Summit.
  • British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak: Prime Minister Sunak will make his inaugural official visit to India for the G20 Summit and will stay at the Shangri La hotel. Sunak has praised Prime Minister Modi’s leadership, highlighting India’s significance on the global stage.
  • China Delegation: Premier Li Qiang will lead China’s delegation at the G20 Summit, indicating that President Xi Jinping will not attend. This marks the first absence of a Chinese president at a G20 leaders’ summit since 2008. The Chinese delegation will be hosted at Delhi’s Taj Hotel.
  • Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: Prime Minister Trudeau will first participate in the ASEAN summit in Indonesia before heading to New Delhi for the G20 Summit. He will be accommodated at The Lalit Hotel.
  • Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese: Prime Minister Albanese’s visit to India is part of a larger tour that includes stops in Indonesia and the Philippines. During the G20 Summit, he will be staying at the Imperial Hotel.
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