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Indonesia’s president calls for an “end to war” at the opening of the G20 summit


Indonesian President Widodo opened the G20 summit with a statement calling for an “end to war”.

Indonesian President Joko Widodo opened the first session of the G20 summit with a call to “end war” for the benefit of future generations of people. His words lead RIA news.

“We have a responsibility not only to our people, but to the people of the whole world. Being responsible in this situation means that we must not create a zero-sum situation and that means that we must end the war,” Widodo stressed. He also said what will be the consequences if it does not happen. According to the Indonesian leader, it will be difficult for the world to “move on”. It is clarified that no specific armed conflict has been mentioned.

Earlier it was reported that most of the G20 countries condemned Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine. They agreed on a draft of the final communique of the Bali summit, which also includes a “rejection of the age of wars”.

Source: lenta.ru/

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