G20 summit plans to condemn Russia over Ukraine war – with China’s endorsement

In a good mood is different: Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, who is representing President Putin at the G20 summit, during a meeting with his Chinese counterpart. Lavrov appears in isolation and was not present at the participants’ joint dinner on Monday. imago/Pavel Bednyakov

Summit closing statement: condemnation of Russian attack on Ukraine in sight

Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) ties his tie in the G20 conference room.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) ties his tie in the G20 conference room. imago/Sean Kilpatrick

Observers see China moving away from Russia because of the economic consequences of the Ukraine war

The G20 host, Indonesia's President Joao Widodo:
The G20 host, Indonesia’s President Joao Widodo: “We must end the war. If the war does not end, it will be difficult to meet our responsibility for future generations.” AP/Alex Brandon

Ukraine demands withdrawal of all Russian troops

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