The G-20 Leaders’ Summit will take place in India from September 7 to 10, and US President Joe Biden will attend. During the summit, he will engage in discussions with other leaders about a variety of global challenges, including the war in Ukraine, the White House announced on Tuesday.
According to a statement from the White House, President Biden will also praise Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his G20 leadership.
On September 9 and 10, the G20 meeting of international leaders will take place in New Delhi. The summit is anticipated to draw the highest number of world leaders to India. On December 1, 2022, India took over for Indonesia as G20 President.
“President Biden and G20 partners will discuss a range of joint efforts to address global issues, including on the transition to clean energy and combating climate change, as well as mitigating the economic and social impacts of Putin’s war in Ukraine,” White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre stated.
She stated in a statement that her goal was to “increase the capacity of multilateral development banks, including the World Bank, to better combat poverty, including by addressing global challenges.”
President Biden will also praise Prime Minister Modi for his G20 leadership during his visit to New Delhi, and he will reiterate the US’ commitment to the G20 as the foremost forum for economic cooperation, including by serving as its host in 2026, according to Jean-Pierre.
Biden’s discussions with leaders on the margins of the summit will centre on climate change, Russia’s war in Ukraine, and other global issues, according to White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan.
The Group of Twenty, sometimes known as the G20, is an intergovernmental organisation made up of the world’s largest industrialised and developing economies.
Over 75% of global trade, about two-thirds of the world’s population, and about 85% of the world’s GDP are all represented by the members.
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, UK, US, and the European Union are included in the group.
Vice President Kamala Harris will visit Jakarta, Indonesia from September 4 to 7, where she will take part in the US-ASEAN Summit and the East Asia Summit and meet with Indo-Pacific leaders. Declared Jean-Pierre.
The Vice President will reaffirm America’s unwavering commitment to Southeast Asia and ASEAN centrality while Harris and ASEAN leaders will assess the exceptional growth in US-ASEAN relations under the Biden-Harris Administration, according to the press secretary.
President Biden’s participation in the U.S.-ASEAN Summit and the East Asia Summit in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in November 2022, his virtual participation in the U.S.-ASEAN Summit and the East Asia Summit in November 2021, and the engagement of the President and Vice President with ASEAN leaders at the historic U.S.-ASEAN Special Summit in Washington, D.C. in May 2022 are all built upon by this visit.
In the last two years, the vice president has made three trips to Southeast Asia, adding to her visits to Thailand and the Philippines in November of 2022 and Singapore and Vietnam in August of 2021, according to Jean-Pierre.