Joe Biden has left for Delhi and before leaving he also gave a special message. He wrote on social media that I am going to join the G20 which is a major forum for international economic cooperation.
US President Joe Biden left for Delhi to attend the 18th G20 Summit to be chaired by India. According to Indian time, at 2:15 pm, his plane Air Force One took off for Delhi. US President Joe Biden will reach Delhi airport at 7 pm today, where Union Minister General VK Singh will receive him. Information has been received from sources that Joe Biden will go directly to 7 Lok Kalyan Marg from Delhi Airport. This is where he will have a bilateral meeting with PM Modi. Information is also being received that PM Modi can also organize a dinner for US President Biden. This visit of Joe Biden will be very special because when he will have a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi before attending the G20 summit, the whole world will be watching what issues are discussed and whether anything comes out after this meeting. Is.
Biden’s explosive statement
Joe Biden has left for Delhi and before leaving he also gave a special message. He wrote on social media that I am going to join the G20 which is a major forum for international economic cooperation. We get better every time we join. The American President has left for India in his special plane. Expectations are very high regarding the G20.
PM Modi will host dinner
This is Biden’s first visit to India as US President, three months after Modi’s state visit. The last US President to visit India was Donald Trump in February 2020. In June this year, Biden and US First Lady Jill Biden hosted a dinner for the Prime Minister at the White House, and it is a reciprocal gesture. Sources said the two leaders will discuss bilateral issues including nuclear energy, defence, visas, consulates, while the Russia-Ukraine war and polarization within the G20 is expected to figure prominently in the discussion.
I’m headed to the G20 – the premier forum for international economic cooperation – focused on making progress on Americans’ priorities, delivering for developing nations, and showing our commitment to the G20 as a forum that can deliver.
Every time we engage, we get better.
— President Biden (@POTUS) September 8, 2023