Will Putin appear at the G20 summit? This conversation dispelled my doubts

Vladimir Putin meets with Volodymyr Zelensky?  Details of the plan have been revealed

Vladimir Putin will not take part in the G20 summit, which will be held soon in the capital of India. The country’s prime minister expressed “understanding for the decision” of the Kremlin satrap.

The G20 group, established in 1999, brings together 19 countries – including Russia – and the European Union.

The G20 summit will be attended by, among others: Biden and Sunak

Its members meet once a year to discuss the common financial policy. The G20 is responsible for approximately 85 percent. global GDP.

This year’s G20 summit will be held in Delhi, the capital of India, on September 9-10. Participation in it was confirmed by, among others: US President Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

As reported by the British BBC television, there are many indications that Russia’s attack on Ukraine will be one of the main topics of talks.

Putin will not appear in Delhi. He will be replaced by Lavrov

Vladimir Putin was also invited to participate in the event. However, the Kremlin satrap will not accept the invitation. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said this was due to Putin’s “tight schedule.”

Last Monday, August 28, Putin had a telephone conversation with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during which he announced that Russia would be represented at the summit in Delhi by Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

The Indian authorities issued a statement in which, among other things, it said that Prime Minister Modi “understood Russia’s decision.” It added that during the said conversation, Putin and Modi also discussed several “regional and global issues of mutual interest.”

Putin also did not appear at the BRICS summit

It is worth recalling that Putin also did not appear at the BRICS summit held last week in Johannesburg, South Africa. However, he delivered a speech broadcast from Moscow.

The South African authorities feared that if Putin, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court, arrives in the country, they will have to arrest him.

– We cannot invite someone and arrest him (…) We would be happy if (Putin – ed.) did not come – said even South African Vice President Paul Mashatile.

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