Xi Jinping will not attend G20 summit – Bloomberg

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President of the People’s Republic of China Xi Jinping

The absence of the PRC chairman at the summit will make it more difficult to reach significant agreements on issues that will be raised at the summit, the agency said.

Chinese President Xi Jinping will not personally attend the G20 summit in Rome. This was announced on Tuesday, October 5, by the agency. Bloomberg citing its own source.

“Chinese diplomats have informed G20 officials that President Xi Jinping currently does not plan to personally attend the summit in Italy this month,” a source told the agency.

It is noted that this message was conveyed at the meeting of the G-20 envoys in Florence last month.

It is clarified that such a decision was made in connection with China’s measures to combat coronavirus infection. This also includes mandatory quarantine for those arriving from abroad.

Bloomberg believes that the refusal of personal presence this time may negatively affect the achievement of agreements on issues that will be discussed at the summit.

The G20 talks will take place on October 30-31 in Rome. US President Joe Biden will personally attend.

It was previously reported that extraordinary summit of the G20 countries (G20) will take place on October 12.

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