Will the relationship get back on track? Chinese Foreign Minister will come to India for G20 meeting - Newztezz Online


Tuesday, February 28, 2023

Will the relationship get back on track? Chinese Foreign Minister will come to India for G20 meeting

China's Foreign Minister Qin Gang is going to attend the G20 Foreign Ministers' meeting on 2 March.

China 's Foreign Minister Qin Gang is going to participate in the G-20 Foreign Ministers meeting to be held in Delhi on March 2 . Asked about Qin Gang's presence, spokesman Mao Ning said, “The G-20 should focus on the major challenges in the global economy. China stands ready to work with all parties to ensure that the G-20 foreign ministers' meeting sends positive signals."

The Foreign Ministry announced on Tuesday that Qin Gang would travel to India this week to attend the meeting. He was sent an invitation by his Indian counterpart S Jaishankar. Explain that the foreign ministers of G-20 countries will meet in the national capital on March 1 and 2 to discuss global challenges amid growing confrontation between Russia and the West over the Ukraine conflict.

Leaders of these countries will also attend the meeting

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Catherine Colonna from France, Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang, Germany's Annalena Bierbock and British Foreign Secretary James Cleverley are among those who are scheduled to attend the India-hosted meeting.

People with knowledge of the agenda of the meeting said that the guests will be welcomed at a grand ceremony on March 1, while important discussions on various challenges will take place on March 2 at the Rashtrapati Bhavan Cultural Center (RBCC) in Raisina Hills. This meeting is taking place just a few days after the meeting of Finance Ministers of G-20 countries and Central Bank Governors of G-20 member countries in Bengaluru. In the Bengaluru meeting, a joint statement could not be issued due to sharp differences between the western powers and the Russia-China alliance over the Ukraine dispute.

The meeting is expected to deliberate on multilateralism, food and energy security and development cooperation, counter-terrorism, new and emerging threats, global skills mapping and humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.

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