Britain expresses sympathy with Ukraine, says Russia has no moral right to sit in G20

Britain expresses sympathy with Ukraine, says Russia has no moral right to sit in G20

London: A spokesman for Britain’s Foreign Office said on Friday that Russia has no moral right to sit in the Group of 20 (G20) while it is pressuring Ukraine to attack. “Russia has no moral right to sit in the G20 while its aggression in Ukraine continues,” the spokesman said, Reuters news agency reported. A UK Foreign Office spokesman said: ‘We welcome Indonesia’s efforts to ensure that the effects of Russia’s war are considered at G20 meetings, including indications that Ukraine is represented by G20 leaders. The summit will be done by the President. (Vladimir). Zelensky.’

Let us tell you that Indonesia will host the G20 summit in November this year. He said Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping would attend the summit. Indonesian President Joko Widodo said in the media discussion, ‘Xi Jinping will come. President Putin has also told me that he will come. This is the first time that the Indonesian president has confirmed the participation of Xi and Putin in connection with the G20 summit amid ongoing tensions between the two major countries (Russia and China).

Joe Biden, Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin will gather on one platform
The war between Russia and Ukraine that started on February 24 this year is not over yet. Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that there is no chance of peace with Russia unless Vladimir Putin withdraws his forces. On the other hand, Russia has also been angry with the US and Britain for supporting Ukraine. He has threatened nuclear attack. Amidst all these developments, it will be interesting to see what it will look like when Joe Biden, Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin gather on the same platform during the G20 summit in Indonesia. Recently, tensions between the US and China have increased significantly over the Taiwan issue.

However, Indonesia’s President Widodo said that the rivalry between the big countries is indeed worrying. Joe Biden will meet with South Korean President Yoon Suk-yol for the first time during the G20 summit in November. Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will also attend the conference. A Kremlin official familiar with the development said Vladimir Putin plans to attend the meeting in person. On reports of top leaders attending the conference, Widodo said he wanted the region to be stable, peaceful. So that we can make economic development. Not only Indonesia, most of the Asian countries are also its fans.

tags: russia, Ukraine, United Kingdom


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