The White House urged Zelensky to come to the G20 if Putin participates
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Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky should take part in the G20 summit in Bali if Russian President Vladimir Putin comes there, according to the White House National Security Council, Bloomberg reports. Ukraine, unlike Russia, is not part of the G20.
The National Security Council recalled the words of American leader Joe Biden, who believes that Putin should not attend the G20 meeting. However, if he does come in person, then Zelensky should do the same, the NSS believes.
Bloomberg notes that Biden has not yet confirmed whether he will go to Indonesia for the summit.
Previously 19 August Indonesian President Joko Widodo said in an interview with Bloomberg that Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping are going to come to the G20 summit.
In early August, adviser to the head of the office of the Ukrainian president, Mikhail Podolyak, in an interview with the BBC, said that Zelensky would consider a trip to Bali if he was present at the G20 meeting. Putin.
The G20 summit is scheduled for November 15-16. In early July, the Russian Foreign Ministry reported that Moscow had previously notified Jakarta of Putin's intention to take part in the meeting. Later, an aide to the Russian president, Yuri Ushakov, explained that the format in the Kremlin would be determined directly in front of her. Press Secretary of the head of state Dmitry Peskov said that Putin planned several trips abroad in the fall. However, he did not specify which countries he was talking about.
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At the end of April, Zelensky announced that Widodo had invited him to the summit. The President of Ukraine accepted the invitation, but whether he goes there or not will depend “on the security situation and the composition of the summit participants.”
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, speaking about Zelensky's possible participation in the G20 summit, said that he was “glad to fit into any format.” and “now you can’t do without Zelensky anywhere,” but Moscow is not interested in whether he will “walk somewhere on the side” there.
The Kremlin said that there were no prerequisites for a meeting between the presidents of Russia and Ukraine yet.
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