MFA: Putin’s invitation to G20 summit must be revoked

MFA: Putin’s invitation to G20 summit must be revoked

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine demands to expel Russia from the G20 after Vladimir Putin had publicly acknowledged he ordered missile strikes on Ukraine's infrastructure.

“Putin publicly acknowledged ordering missile strikes on Ukrainian civilians and energy infrastructure. With his hands stained in blood, he must not be allowed to sit at the table with world leaders. Putin’s invitation to Bali summit must be revoked, and Russia expelled from G20,” Oleg Nikolenko, Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, posted on Twitter.

As reported, on the morning of October 31, Russian troops once again launched a massive attack on energy facilities in several regions of Ukraine.

Later, the leader of the aggressor state acknowledged the Russian attack on energy facilities and called it a response to the explosions in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol the day before.

G20 Summit in Bali is the 17th meeting of the heads of state of the Group of Twenty and partner states that will be held in Bali, Indonesia, on November 15-16, 2022.


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