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On his first official visit to India as prime minister of the United Kingdom, Sunak is anticipated to attend the summit.

1.AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER ANTHONY ALBANESE

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In a phone conversation with Ukraine's Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Trudeau confirmed his attendance and expressed disappointment that the country's leader had not been invited.

2.CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER JUSTIN TRUDEAU

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According to Indian media sources, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is expected to attend the G20 conference in New Delhi. Bangladesh is one of the nations that India has asked to take part as an observer.

3.BANGLADESH PRIME MINISTER SHEIKH HASINA

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According to news sources, he will travel to India and debate climate change there.

4.TURKISH PRESIDENT TAYYIP ERDOGAN

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Ramaphosa has stated his intention to attend the summit and his unwavering support for India's G20 chairmanship. India pushed for the African Union to have a permanent membership at the G20 this year.

5.SOUTH AFRICAN PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA

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Indian media reports predict that the de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia, the crown prince, would be present. There hasn't been a formal confirmation, though.

6.SAUDI ARABIA'S CROWN PRINCE MOHAMMED BIN SALMAN

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According to Indian media sources, he is most likely to attend the occasion and speak with Modi separately.

7.FRENCH PRESIDENT EMMANUEL MACRON

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According to him, he is anticipated to call on the international community to cooperate closely on North Korea's denuclearization in response to its "ever-escalating missile provocations and nuclear threats."

8.SOUTH KOREAN PRESIDENT YOON SUK-YEOL

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The G20 has received attention from the Australian government, which describes it as the "world's preeminent forum for global economic cooperation."

9.AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER ANTHONY ALBANESE

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Biden has indicated that he will be there. The social effects of the conflict in Ukraine, the transition to sustainable energy, the battle against climate change, and strengthening the ability of multilateral banks to combat poverty are all topics that Biden plans to cover.

10.U.S. PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN