President Joe Biden Expresses Disappointment over President Xi's Absence from G20 Summit


President Joe Biden has expressed his disappointment regarding Chinese President Xi Jinping's decision not to attend the upcoming G20 Summit, scheduled to be held in India on September 9th and 10th.

White House Strategic Communications Coordinator, John Kirby, conveyed President Biden's sentiments during a press briefing, stating, "Of course, President Joe Biden feels a sense of disappointment because President Xi will not be able to participate in the G20 Summit, and he himself has stated this."

Kirby went on to elaborate, "President Biden hopes to meet with the Chinese President during the next G20 Summit. The fact that this will not happen is regrettable, as many important topics will be discussed during the summit."

However, Kirby concluded by stating that they are not yet prepared to announce any high-level communications between the United States and China.

This development underscores the significance of the G20 Summit as a platform for global leaders to address pressing international issues. The absence of such a key player as President Xi Jinping will undoubtedly influence the dynamics of the discussions and decisions made during the summit. President Biden's expressed hope for future meetings demonstrates his commitment to maintaining open lines of communication and finding common ground on matters of global importance. The outcome of this situation will likely have lasting implications for the relations between the two largest economies in the world.

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