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Tomorrow, US President Joe Biden will land in Delhi for the G20 summit

The White House has confirmed that US President Joe Biden is set to arrive in New Delhi on Friday, marking the start of a busy three-day schedule. After departing from the US, he will make a brief stopover in Ramstein, Germany, on the same Friday before reaching New Delhi.

On Friday, President Biden is slated to engage in a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, according to a press release from the White House.

The following day, Saturday, will see President Biden participating in an official arrival and handshake ceremony with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Subsequently, he will join the G20 Leaders’ Summit Session 1, titled “One Earth.” Later in the day, he will also take part in the G20 Leaders’ Summit Session 2, titled “One Family,” and participate in a Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment event. His day will conclude with a dinner and a cultural program alongside fellow G20 Leaders.

On Sunday, President Biden’s itinerary includes a visit to the Raj Ghat Memorial, alongside other G20 Leaders.

Following his time in New Delhi, President Biden is scheduled to travel to Hanoi, Vietnam. There, he will participate in a welcome ceremony hosted by General Secretary Nguyễn Phú Trọng of the Communist Party of Vietnam. Additionally, President Biden will engage in a meeting with General Secretary Nguyễn Phú Trọng, and both leaders will deliver remarks. A press conference is also on the agenda, as announced by the White House.

The discussions between US President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are expected to focus on the G20 agenda, particularly economic cooperation and multilateral investment opportunities. Additionally, the leaders may address President Biden’s interest in multilateral development bank reform and reshaping, as noted by a White House official.

John Kirby, National Security Council (NSC) coordinator for strategic communications, emphasized that discussions related to climate and the ongoing Ukraine conflict are less likely to take place between Prime Minister Modi and President Biden.

India assumed the G20 presidency on December 1 of the previous year, and approximately 200 meetings related to the G20 were held across 60 cities in the country. The 18th G20 Heads of State and Government Summit in New Delhi will serve as the culmination of a year’s worth of G20 processes and meetings involving ministers, senior officials, and civil societies. The summit will conclude with the adoption of a G20 Leaders’ Declaration, reflecting the leaders’ commitment to the discussed priorities and agreements reached during ministerial and working group meetings.

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