02.05.2022- 06.05.2022 (A Tate Papers Apine – 2)

Indonesia has invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to attend the G20 summit in November, despite opposition from the United States, and has also invited Ukrainian President Bolivia Mazelanski to attend the summit, the president said on April 29.

The Indonesian government has insisted that Indonesia, which is chairing the G20 this year, will remain neutral despite strong pressure from the United States, led by the West, to exclude Russia from invading Ukraine.

He also hinted that the agreement was reached after Indonesian President Joko Widodo was invited to attend the G20 summit, and that the agreement was reached after US President Joe Biden and others pushed for Ukraine to attend the G20 summit.

In a telephone conversation with him, Russian President Vladimir Putin confirmed that he would attend the summit, Widodo said. The G20 summit will be held in Bali, Indonesia. Russia is a member of the G20, but Ukraine is not.

The administration of US President Joe Biden has made it clear that he has invited the Russian president to the meeting.

“The president has publicly objected to the invitation of the Russian president to attend the G20 summit,” he said. “We welcome Ukraine’s participation,” said Yansaki, a spokesman for President Biden.

“Russia has shown that it does not think it should be involved in public or in secret,” he said. He acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Lukashenko’s government.

“The United States remains committed to Russia’s involvement in the international community or to international organizations,” Jalina Porter, a spokeswoman for the State Department, told reporters. He did not comment on whether the United States was attending the summit.

Ukrainian President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on Twitter on April 27 that he had been invited to attend the G20 summit during a telephone conversation with his Indonesian counterpart. Russian President Vladimir Putin thanked Indonesia for inviting him to the summit and told President Widodo that he would attend.

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