'Confirmed' Prominent leaders who will attend G20 Summit in New Delhi

Joe Biden US President Joe Biden has confirmed his attendance. Biden intends to discuss the social impact of the war in Ukraine, clean energy transition, fight against climate change, and more on his India trip.

Premier Li Qiang Premier Li Qiang will lead China's delegation, effectively indicating President Xi Jinping will not attend, scuppering chances of a meeting with Biden.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is representing Russia instead of President Vladimir Putin, weeks after Putin also decided not to join the BRICS summit in South Africa in-person.

Canada PM Justin Trudeau Canada PM Trudeau confirmed he will attend in a call with Ukraine's Volodymyr Zelenskiy, in which he also said he was disappointed that the Ukrainian president was not invited.

Britain's PM Rishi Sunak Rishi Sunak is expected to attend the summit on his first official trip to India as Britain's Prime Minister.

Japanese PM Fumio Kashida Japan PM Kishida is to attend and as a current chair of the G7 is likely to lead criticism against Russia for the Ukraine war.

Australian PM Anthony Albanese Albanese's trip to India will be a part of a three-nation tour that will include Indonesia and the Philippines.

French President Emmanuel Macron France's President Emmanuel Macron is likely to attend the event and hold bilateral talks with PM Modi.

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman The crown prince, Saudi Arabia's de facto ruler, Mohammed Bin Salman is expected to attend the G20 Summit. However, there has been no official confirmation.