Xi Jinping will not go to G20 summit in India

The Chairman of the PRC Xi Jinping will not take part in the Summer of the G20 leaders, which will be held in the capital of India New Delhi on September 9-10. This was announced by the representative of the Chinese Foreign Ministry Mao Nin.

According to him, Prime Minister Lee Tsyan will represent China on the forum.

At the same time, the diplomat noted that Beijing is considering the “big twenty” as an important platform for global economic and financial cooperation.

He emphasized the role of the G20 in terms of international economic cooperation and global development.

Xi Jinping will become the first Chinese leader since 2008, who will not be attended by the summit.

Mao Ning evaded the answer to the question of the correspondent “Anadol” regarding the reasons for such a decision.