EU and UK plan to isolate Russia at G20


The European Union and Great Britain plan to boycott the speeches of the Russian delegation at the G20 summit. Sources of The Daily Telegraph in diplomatic circles claim that Brussels and London also intend to seek the isolation of Moscow in this forum.

The EU and the United Kingdom will call on Russia to de-escalate the conflict in Ukraine. At the same time, representatives of the European Union want to make it clear that all negotiations should take place on terms that are acceptable to Kyiv, clarifies The Daily Telegraph on Saturday 12 November.

Sources of the publication suggested that calls addressed to Russia to de-escalate the conflict may not be reflected in the final declaration of the G20 summit because of the position of Moscow and Beijing. The source described relations between the Russian Federation and China as

Russian President Vladimir Putin will not go to the G20 summit in Bali – the Kremlin specified that this was his personal decision. The Russian delegation will be headed Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.

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