Putin, Zelensky to attend G20 summit in November – Indonesian FM
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Indonesian diplomats continue to build ties with the heads of both states in the “conditions of current global instability”.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Russian President Vladimir Putin will attend the G20 summit, which will be held in Bali on November 15-16. This was announced by the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia, Retno Marsudi, according to the Indonesian edition of Sindonews.
“So far, the reaction has been very positive. So, God willing, if the issue concerns the level of attendance, we are not worried.” “, she said
According to her, the Foreign Ministry continues to establish ties with the heads of both states in the “conditions of the current global instability”.
“Once again, friends, we must understand that the situation in the world is now dynamic. The challenges in the world are very high, and the situation is not getting easier, but getting more complicated. We will continue to communicate,” Marsudi added.
Putin may meet with Biden at the G20 summit
On October 11, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that if the United States came up with an initiative to organize a meeting between Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden as part of the G20 summit, then Moscow would consider it.
Zelensky is not ready to meet with Putin
On October 8, adviser to the head of the Presidential Office Mikhail Podolyak, on the air of a telethon of Ukrainian TV channels, said that Vladimir Zelensky would not meet with Vladimir Putin, even if he attended the G20 summit. He then noted that the final decision on attending the event had not yet been made.
On October 6, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksiy Danilov said that the Head of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation Valentina Matvienko tried to seat the Ukrainian delegation at the negotiating table at the G20 summit. However, he said that Kyiv would conduct a dialogue with the new Russian authorities.