Chinese President Xi Jinping is likely to skip India’s G20 summit in New Delhi, next week.
As reported by Reuters, Premier Li Qiang is expected to represent Beijing at the September 9-10 meeting in New Delhi.
Meanwhile, U.S. President Joe Biden has already confirmed his presence in the G20 Summit.
The two superstars were likely to hold crucial bilateral talks as the superpowers seek to stabilize their cordial relations.
Another prolific leader who will miss the summit is Russian President Valdimir Putin. Russia will be represented by Foreign Minister Sergie Lavrov.