Focus on the positions that nations adopt when they arrive, according to Jaishankar on Jinping and Putin skipping the G20 summit

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S Jaishankar, the external affairs minister in New Delhi, stated on Monday that countries’ positions on “key issues” should be the centre of attention rather than certain leaders’ plans to skip the G20 Summit.

At the Doordarshan Dialogue, G20: The India Way, Jaishankar gave a speech.

Every G20 member, according to him, would contribute to world politics at the upcoming summit.

In response to a question regarding the absence of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin from the G20 summit and its implications for India’s role as a mediator between the North and the South in this rising polarisation, Jaishankar stated, “At the end of the day, countries are represented by whoever they have chosen to represent them so the levels of representations do not become the final determinant of a country’s position.”

“So I would say that the actual problem is what position they take when they enter, rather than necessarily focusing on which countries elected to come at what level. For the results it generated, that is really what we will remember most about this G20, he continued.

Li Qiang will attend the 18th G20 Summit, which will take place in New Delhi, India, on September 9 and 10, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated on Monday.

Premier of the State Council Li Qiang will attend the 18th G20 Summit, which will take place in New Delhi, India, on September 9 and 10, at the request of the government of the Republic of India, according to a statement from the foreign ministry’s spokesperson, Mao Ning.But Xi’s absence from the summit was not explained in the statement.

Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, already declared that he would skip the meeting in India.

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