Canada confirms its participation in the G20 summit in Bali despite the arrival of Putin


Authority Canada confirmed that he would continue to attend the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, even if Russian President Vladimir Putin was present. This was confirmed by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Reported AFP, Thursday (6/30/2022), Indonesia hosted the G20 summit. The planned presence of Russian President Vladimir Putin was in the spotlight after the conflict in Ukraine.

“We hope that Canada and all G7 members will attend the G20,” Trudeau said when asked if Canada would attend even if Putin did.

“Discussions about the global economy are too important. It’s too important for us to be there to fight the voices and the lies that Russia might put forward. There are still months to go before that and anything can happen,” he added.

As we know, the G7 countries are made up of Canada, Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States. Indonesia is known for trying to maintain a neutral stance and calling for a peaceful resolution regarding what is happening in Ukraine.

Jokowi meets Zelensky

President Jokowi recently met with Ukrainian President Zelensky. To Zelensky, Jokowi offered himself as a messenger for Vladimir Putin.

During his visit, Jokowi also extended a direct invitation to Zelensky to attend the G20 summit in Bali in November. In addition, Jokowi conveyed Indonesia’s commitment to continue cooperating with Ukraine.

Currently, Jokowi has landed at Vnukovo II Airport in Moscow, Russia to meet Vladimir Putin immediately.

Watch the video “When Jokowi bridges communication between Zelensky and Putin”:

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