Biden: China has not invited 110 countries, including India, to the Virtual Democracy Summit

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Washington: US President Joe Biden has invited more than 110 countries, including Iraq, India and Pakistan, to the Virtual Democracy Summit. Meanwhile, China, the main rival of the United States, was not invited to the summit, while Taiwan was invited. This move will infuriate Beijing. Turkey, a member of NATO, is also not on the list.

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Israel and Iraq are the only Middle Eastern countries to attend the online conference on December 9-10. The U.S.’s traditional Arab allies Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates have not been invited. Biden has invited Brazil, despite criticism that far-right President Jair Bolsonaro is authoritarian and a staunch supporter of Donald Trump.

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