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The White House stated on Wednesday that the United States is committed to making sure that India has a successful G20 this year.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre responded to a question on US President Joe Biden’s opinion of the G20’s success under India’s presidency by saying that the President is looking forward to continuing their collaboration with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at this week’s G20 Summit.

“Look, we applaud Prime Minister Modi for leading the G20 this year, and we’re dedicated to doing all in our power to make sure India hosts the G20 well this year. Therefore, we will uphold that commitment throughout Minister Modi’s visit in June, Pierre stated.

“As you have closely followed, the president and prime minister expressed during the summit their determination to carry out their common agenda. Therefore, as we depart tomorrow, the President is eager to continue that work with the Prime Minister and other leaders later this week.

For the G20 Leaders’ Summit, which will take place on September 9 and 10 at the cutting-edge Bharat Mandapam Convention Centre in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, US Vice President Joe Biden will go to India.

During his stay, Biden will hold a private meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday before taking part in the G20 Summit sessions the following two days. And he’ll visit Vietnam later.

The White House Press Secretary stated that they are committed to making this Summit a success with regard to the anticipated topics that PM Modi and Biden will discuss.

Notably, India took over the G20 presidency on December 1 of last year, and 60 cities throughout the nation hosted 200 G20 sessions.

The 18th G20 Heads of State and Government Summit, which will take place in New Delhi, will be the culmination of all the G20 procedures and gatherings of ministers, senior officials, and civil society that took place throughout the year.

At the conclusion of the New Delhi Summit, a G20 Leaders’ Declaration will be adopted, outlining the commitment of the Leaders to the priorities discussed and chosen during the relevant ministerial and working group meetings.

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