Chinese officials are suggesting the forthcoming1 G20 Summit2 in Hangzhou is going to provide a unique opportunity for the developing world to have its voice heard.
This year's G20 Summit in Hangzhou will see the leaders of the world's most powerful economies come together with a record number of foreign delegations3
to the annual sessions.
Five countries, including Chad, Senegal, Egypt, Laos and Kazakhstan are sending delegations to Hangzhou.
Chad, Senegal and Laos also represent different international groupings from both Africa and Asia.
Lu Kang with the Chinese Foreign Ministry4
says next month's sessions will provide a platform for their voices to be heard around the world.
"With the summit fast approaching, we've noticed a growing expectation from the international community about the Hangzhou Summit. Many of the countries being represented have already expressed willingness to work with China to ensure the success of the summit and inject a newer, stronger driving force into world economic growth," said Lu.