G20 countries demanded that Russia leave the Ukrainian lands unconditionally
G20 leaders have issued a joint declaration, saying it’s essential to uphold international law and the multilateral system that safeguards peace, at the close of the summit in Bali, Paralel.Az reports citing the Guardian.
The leaders of said they “deplore in strongest terms Russian aggression against Ukraine”.
It’s not clear whether this official declaration was agreed by all members, but as Russia is a member of the G20, it appears unlikely.
The official declaration said most members condemned the war but “there were other views”.
A joint G20 communique would usually be agreed by all parties, but as agreement appeared unlikely, the summits hosts – Indonesia – had instead been pushing for a leaders’ declaration.
The declaration also said members’ central banks would continue to appropriately calibrate the pace of monetary policy tightening.