Six things you should know about G20 Summit
Clay figures featuring the leaders to attend the upcoming G20 Summit are seen in Hangzhou, capital of East China's Zhejiang province, Sept 1, 2016. Made by artist Wu Xiaoli with the name "Dream of World Peace", the clay figures were displayed at Hangzhou's Qiaoxi historic block. [Photo/Xinhua]
No 3 Bilateral diplomacy
The G20 Summit is not only a key multilateral meeting but also important for bilateral diplomacy. G20 leaders, eight state guests of honor and leaders of seven international organizations will attend the summit. On the sidelines of the summit, President Xi will meet leaders from several countries, including his US counterpart Barack Obama.
In addition, Brazil's new President Michel Temer, and Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May will visit China for the first time. Experts said these "first times" will create new opportunities for bilateral development. This is also Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s first visit to the country.