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New Delhi, Pudhari circle service: Half of the G-20 Council bilateral meeting between India and America will be held tomorrow (September 8). For this reason, US President Joe Biden will be arriving in Delhi tomorrow (September 8) and will hold talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Meanwhile, members and heads of invited countries for the G-20 Council have started arriving early and Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth has arrived in Delhi today. The responsibility of welcoming all the heads of state visiting India has been entrusted to the ministers of the Union Cabinet.

Earlier it would have been announced that US President Biden will enter Delhi on September 7. US President Biden will stay at ITC Maurya after reaching New Delhi. He is expected to hold bilateral discussions with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday and discuss clean energy transition and climate change during the summit.

Along with the US President, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Italian Prime Minister Georgia Meloni, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, European Union President Ursula von der Leyen are also present for the G-20 Council. It would have been announced in advance that Russian President Vladimir Putin would not be visiting India but that Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov would represent Russia at the G-20 meeting. Therefore, Chinese President Xi Jinping has also postponed his participation in the G-20. Prime Minister Li Qiang will be the representative of China. The Chinese delegation is actually located in Hotel Taj. Meanwhile, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will be visiting India for the first time on the occasion of G-20 Council. His real estate in Shangri La Hotel. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will arrive in Delhi after attending the ASEAN Summit in Indonesia and will be staying at The Lalit Hotel. Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is staying at the Imperial Hotel in New Delhi.

For the sake of the Council, Sutrani said that there is a need to brainstorm strategies to maintain Chinese supremacy in the Asian region, especially in South Asia, which is India’s sphere of influence. Bangladesh is a special invitee to the G-20 Council or there are general elections in the country next year. There will be a bilateral meeting between Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Prime Minister Narendra Modi and it is Bangladesh’s expectation that India stop the pressure being brought by the US on Bangladesh for transparent elections. The instability of Sheikh Hasina government due to pressure from America is not in the interest of India. Due to this, only China and Bangladesh can get the opportunity to participate, this is what India says. Therefore, the possibility of this issue being discussed between America and India is also being discussed. That is, only the bilateral meeting between US President Biden and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will be held.

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