G20 in Disarray After Russia and China Reject Consensus on Ukraine

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The two-day meeting of foreign ministers from the Group of 20 economies sought to tackle global issues, such as post-pandemic recovery and energy security, which were disproportionately impacting developing nations.

However, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, now into its second year, remained high on the agenda.”We must continue to call on Russia to end its war of aggression and withdraw from Ukraine for the sake of international peace and economic stability,” U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken told his counterparts in New Delhi, according to his prepared remarks.




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