The G20 meeting in New Delhi, India, will host world leaders for the 18th meeting of the group. Bharat Mandapam International Exhibition and Convention Center at Pragati Maidan will be the venue for the event. It will be the first G20 meeting to be held in South Asia or India. World leaders will be here, and this is where they will be for the conference on September 9-10.

Here’s Where World Leaders Will Stay For G20 Summit Delhi


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Joe Biden, the Vice President of the United States, will arrive in New Delhi for the meeting. He will be at ITC Maurya. On Friday, he will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi personally to discuss clean energy transition and climate change.


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This will be Rishi Sunak’s first official visit to India as British Prime Minister to attend the G20 summit. He will live in a room at Shangri-La. The 43-year-old praised Prime Minister Modi’s leadership and said India was the “right country at the right time” before the summit.

Li Qiang will lead the Chinese delegation. This clearly indicates that President Xi Jinping will not be at the event. Since the first G20 summit in 2008, it will be the first time that a Chinese president will not be present. However, Xi attended those meetings almost exclusively in 2020 and 2021 during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Taj Hotel in Delhi will be the accommodation for the delegates. (According to NDTV)

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit Indonesia. He will take part in the ASEAN conference. After that, he will be attending New Delhi’s G20 Summit and staying at the Lalit Hotel.


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Anthony Albanese, Prime Minister of Australia, will visit India as part of a three-nation tour that will take him to Indonesia and the Philippines. He will be staying at the Imperial Hotel during the G20 Summit. Leaders of the largest economies of the Group of 20 (G20) will meet at the G20 summit to try to find solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems. This will happen against a backdrop of significant geopolitical divisions related to the conflict in Ukraine. This conflict threatens progress in many countries around the world. (According to NDTV)

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