By Jeff Mason
REHOBOTH BEACH, Delaware (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden stated on Sunday that he was disenchanted that Chinese language President Xi Jinping was not attending the summit of G20 leaders in India, however added that he was going to “get to see him.”
“I’m disenchanted … however I’m going to get to see him,” Biden advised reporters in Rehoboth Seaside, Delaware, with out elaborating.
Biden will go to India from Sept. 7-10 for a summit of the Group of 20 nations, adopted by a visit to Vietnam as his administration seeks to strengthen U.S. relations in Asia.
Xi is the prone to skip summit and Chinese language Premier Li Qiang is predicted to symbolize Beijing on the assembly in New Delhi, sources aware of the matter have advised Reuters.
Requested if he was wanting ahead to his journey, Biden stated, “Sure, I’m.”
“I would like somewhat extra … coordination. I feel they each (India and Vietnam) need a lot nearer relations with the US and that may be very useful,” Biden stated.
(Reporting by Jeff Mason; Writing by Ismail Shakil; modifying by Diane Craft)