India is all set to host the 18th G20 Summit this weekend on 9 and 10 September. The event is all set to kick off in the next 24 hours. Leaders from powerful countries like the US, the UK and several others will be joining in for the summit. All the G20 countries are planning to meet in order to boost their countries’ GDP and pave the way for a robust economy.
Confirmed Attendees in G20 Summit 2023 Who Will Attend and Come Together
The G20 Summit will see some of the world’s most powerful and influential leaders. Some will be from powerful countries like the US, the UK, South Africa etc. Here is the combined list of all the leaders present at the G20 Summit 2023.
- US: The White House has confirmed that Joe Biden will be present in India for the G20 Summit. He will also be conducting a bilateral meeting with PM Narendra Modi prior to the G20 Summit.
- UK: The G20 Summit will be Rishi Sunak’s first official visit to India as Prime Minister.
- France: French President Emmanuel Macron will also be present at the G20 Summit. It is also anticipated that he will be conducting bilateral talks with PM Modi.
- Canada: Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will also be present for the G20 Summit on 9 and 10 September.
- Japan: Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio has also confirmed his availability for the G20 Summit.
- Turkey: Turkish President Recap Tayyip Erdogan has accepted the invitation for the G20 Summit and will be representing Turkey.
- Australia: Australian PM Anthony Albanese will attend the G20 Summit along with an extended tour which will be in India, Indonesia, and the Philippines.
- Germany: German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will be present at the G20 Summit. It confirmed the same with Reuters, despite China and Russia not attending the summit.
- South Africa: After PM Narendra Modi and the South African President recently met at the BRICS summit, Ramaphosa will once again come together to strengthen ties.
- South Korea: The country too has confirmed its availability.
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G20 Summit 2023: Leaders Who Have Opted Out
Apart from the above-mentioned countries who have confirmed their availability, there are several others who despite being part of the G20 group have not confirmed or have rather opted out of coming to the G20 Summit.
Here is the list of countries which will not be showing up to the G20 Summit 2023.
G20 Summit 2023: Observer Nations
Apart from this, India has invited several nations to the G20 Summit to act as observer nations. These countries include Bangladesh, the Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, Nigeria, UAE, Oman, Mauritius and Egypt.
Several organizations like the United Nations, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the World Trade Organisation, the International Labour Organisation, the World Health Organisation, the Financial Stability Board, and the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development have also been sent an invitation.
Also Read: Agenda of G20 Summit 2023
A. The G20 Summit flag for 2023 includes colours like saffron, white, green, and blue. The flag has been designed after taking inspiration from India’s national flag. The flag contains an image of planet Earth with a lotus.
A. In 2024, the G20 summit will be held in Brazil.
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