November 28, 2022

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Putin will not speak at the G-20.  The Kremlin has explained why

Putin will not speak at the G-20. The Kremlin has explained why

The G20 summit is scheduled to be held in Bali on November 15-16. Indonesian President Joko Widodo also invited Russian President Vladimir Putin. Indonesia wants to unite the Group of Twenty. Split will not be allowed. Widodo made clear in April that peace and stability are key to the recovery and development of the global economy.

G20 summit without Putin

On Wednesday, Bloomberg News, citing “people familiar with the planning,” said Putin would not fly to the summit. “The Kremlin is trying to protect the president from potential high-level tensions in connection with the invasion of Ukraine he caused,” the letter said. It is likely that the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Sergey Lavrov, will attend the summit in Bali.

The Indonesian diplomat, however, was informed that Vladimir Putin will participate in one of the meetings organized as part of the summit in video format.

The Kremlin: decided personally

On Friday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said the Russian president would not speak at the G-20 summit either nearly as well. Nor was a video address planned for the APEC Forum (a loose integration agreement on economic cooperation between the countries of the Asia-Pacific region).

– Putin himself decided that his visit to the G-20 summit, which was to be held on the Indonesian island of Bali, would not take place. Peskov explained to the media that this is due to the schedule of the Russian president and the necessity of his presence in the country. – It was precisely the decision of the head of state. related to his agenda. Regarding the necessity of his residence in the territory of the Russian Federation – he added.

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