Excited England-US-Canada Walk-Out at G20, This Is What Happened

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Three countries, namely Great Britain, the United States (US) and Canada have taken measures To go for a walk coordinated since the G20 meeting. This was done on the sidelines of the meeting The 2nd Meeting of G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (FMCBG) in Washington DC, Wednesday (20/4/2022) evening local time or Thursday (21/4/2022) morning RI time.

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen initiated the move. Followed by colleagues from the UK and Canada, then other global financial leaders.

What happened?

The action came as the Russian delegation was speaking at the meeting in Washington. Russia itself was represented by Finance Minister Anton Siluanov.

This decision was taken as a form of protest against Russia’s attack on Ukraine which began on February 24.

Yellen’s office declined to comment. But the two equal voices.

“We are united in our condemnation of Russia’s war on Ukraine and will push for stronger international coordination to punish Russia,” UK Finance Minister Rishi Sunak said on his Twitter account. The gardians.

“Global democracy will not stand idly by in the face of Russian aggression and continued war crimes,” said Canadian Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland.

This year, RI became the leader and received the title of G20 Presidency. Besides RI, the G20 includes the United States (US), South Africa (SA), Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, India, Great Britain Britain, Italy, Japan, Germany, Canada, Mexico, Republic of Korea, Russia. , France, China, Turkey and the European Union.

In yesterday’s FMCBG, Ukraine was also present. Many countries have expressed concern over the unfinished war between Russia and Ukraine.

Meanwhile, Indonesian Finance Minister Sri Mulyani also appeared on the agenda, saying that To go for a walk conducted by the three countries did not hinder the discussion at all. He considered it a natural thing to express his opinion.

“So in this case, it’s not too surprising for all of us, especially for us as presidents, and in my opinion, it does not cause problems in our discussion, which is also related to the substance it yourself,” said Sri Mulyani.

“I think that’s a good thing and it’s widely recognized and openly expressed by all members. Because I think G20 members see a group responsibility, it’s so that we can address issues that are systemically important to the global economy.”

The G20 summit itself will be held in Bali in October. Previously, it was reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin would attend.

This has also led several countries to express Russia’s exclusion from membership. But China and Brazil refused.

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