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Britain and the EU decided to prevent Russia’s speech at the G20 summit

November 15-16 at Bali the G20 summit will be held, which will bring together leaders of different states, including the president USA Joe Biden and leader PRC Xi Jinping. And the participating countries European Union and Great Britain there is a special plan for this event. They are decided do everything possible to isolate the Russian delegation and boycott its speeches. About it writes newspaper The Telegraph, citing a representative of the European Foreign Service.

Indonesia under pressure

In connection with the management Russia special military operation Ukraine, Western countries sought from the hostess of the summit to remove the Russian Federation from participation in the event. If that didn’t happen, they threatened to boycott the summit itself. Despite pressure, Indonesia extends invitation to president Vladimir Putin. The Ukrainian leader also received it Vladimir Zelensky – He was invited to attend as a guest.

A few days before the start of the summit became knownthat the presidents of the Russian Federation and Ukraine will not fly to Bali, while Putin refused to speak even in an online format. How explained his press secretary Dmitry Peskov, this is due to the schedule of the head of state. Therefore, Russia will present Foreign Secretary Sergei Lavrov. Russia on the sidelines of the summit intends present ideas in the field of food and energy, including increasing gas cooperation with Turkeyas well as organizing the supply of grain and fertilizers.

However, the West plans not to allow the representative of Russia to speak.

We are trying to work with partners to very, very convincingly show what the international community thinks about Russia’s actions in Ukraine.

source The Telegraph

cunning plan

It turned out that the Europeans intended to prevent their partners from meeting with members of the Russian delegation, including Lavrov himself. They also intend to make sure that they leave during the performance of Russia. With these actions, representatives of the European Union expect to make it clear that any negotiations with Kyiv should be carried out only under conditions acceptable to him. It is assumed that they will actively promote the isolation of Russia Italy, Germany, Spain and France.

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“Unlimited Friendship” on guard

But their plans may be thwarted by China. The Telegraph quoted a European official as saying that Beijing will intervene in the matter, since the PRC and the Russian Federation are connected not only by close cooperation, but also by “boundless friendship”.

The G20 summit is considered one of the key international events in the world. The main goal of the event is to achieve economic stability in the world. In 2022, the event program is divided into two days: November 15 and 16. During the meeting, the leaders of the G20 countries will discuss health issues, digital transformation and the transition to sustainable energy.

As stated on the summit website, the primary task of the participants is to strengthen the collective potential and move towards more democratic and representative international cooperation.

By the way, the participation of Chinese leader Xi Jinping in the G20 confirmed only November 11th. According to the official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China Hua Chunyingthe president plans meet Joe Biden and the French head of state Emmanuel Macron. Xi will also hold talks with the president, Hua said. Senegal Maki Sall and President Argentina Alberto Fernandez.

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Also earlier became knownthat Biden is not planning a meeting with Lavrov. Assistant to the President of the United States for National Security Jake Sullivan at a press briefing. Sullivan said that the American leader will travel to the forum in Indonesia to advance his agenda.

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