U.S. President Joe Biden to Visit India for G-20 Summit, Tests Negative for COVID-19
U.S. President Joe Biden is set to embark on a visit to India, scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, as part of his participation in the G-20 Summit. This announcement was made by America’s National Security Adviser (NSA), Jake Sullivan, during a press conference held at the White House.
During his visit to India, President Biden will engage in a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also have a meeting with President Draupadi Murmu.
In anticipation of his trip to India, it has been confirmed that President Biden has tested negative for COVID-19. The 80-year-old President underwent testing on both Monday and Tuesday following the positive COVID-19 diagnosis of Jill Biden, the First Lady of the United States, who is 72 years old. President Biden’s test results returned negative.
Jake Sullivan provided details of President Biden’s itinerary, stating that on Thursday, the President will journey to New Delhi to participate in the G-20 summit. On Friday, he will hold a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Modi, followed by his participation in the official sessions of the G-20 summit over the weekend.