Premier Li Qiang, at the invitation of the government of India, will attend the Virtual G20 Leaders' Summit on 22nd of Nov, a gathering that is expected to consolidate consensus and send a positive signal to address global challenges through cooperation.
Premier Li Qiang had a brief conversation with U.S. President Joe Biden on the margins of the recently concluded G20 Summit in New Delhi, India, the Foreign Ministry said on Monday.
Premier Li Qiang has called on Group of 20 countries to adhere to solidarity and cooperation, and strengthen coordination of macroeconomic policies to deliver confidence in and impetus for economic growth.
After three days of discussions last week in India on issues such as cutting emissions and fossil fuel use, as well as climate financing to support poorer nations, the group of major nations failed to issue a joint communique or deliver any new pledges.
Covering nearly all the major concerns of the two sides, the cordial meeting between the presidents of China and the United States prior to the G20 Bali summit sent an uplifting signal to the world that the tension between the two major countries will probably start to lessen.