by Olha Povaliaieva
Thursday, November 17, 2022

After the summit, countries plan to issue a joint statement on Russian aggression

French news agency AFP informs that some members of the G20 intend to create a common document concerning the Russian aggression in Ukraine. Not all countries will participate in the drafting and signing of the appeal. Presumably, China and Russia will not be included in the list of signatories. However, it is known that most summit participants are ready to claim Russia. An anonymous source said that not all but most politicians consider Russia to be the root cause of many problems. Instead of living and developing to improve life on the planet, Russia is pushing for an economical, food, and ecocide crisis and carrying it into the world.

"I think you will see that most G20 members condemn the Russian war in Ukraine, that they consider it the primary source of huge economic and humanitarian problems in the world," said the American interlocutor.

Earlier, within the summit's framework, Russia had already received criticism regarding the beginning of the war, the conduct of referendums, and the creation of factors for the development of the economic and food crisis. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy even called on the G20 to exclude Russia from its membership. The head of Ukraine mentioned the G19 several times, hinting at the absence of Russia in the international arena.

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