Putin received an invitation to attend the G20 summit and announced that he would attend

Indonesian President Joko Widodo has invited his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to attend the G20 summit to be held next November on the Indonesian island of Bali, Widodo said Friday. in a press videoconference, in to which he added that Putin thanked him during a phone call between them, yesterday to invite him and express his desire to participate.

The Indonesian president suggested reaching a compromise on the question of Putin’s participation in the next summit, after intense Western pressure to exclude Moscow from this meeting in response to his military campaign in Ukraine.

Zelensky too

The Indonesian president, known by the nickname of Jokowi, also recalled having invited his Ukrainian counterpart, Vladimir Zelensky, to the “G20 Summit”, who in previously announced yesterday, Thursday, through his Twitter account, that he had received an invitation to participate in the next meeting.

However, Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Friday that the decision on Putin’s participation in the summit “has not yet been taken”. Informing the public of any decisions to come in this context, according to what was sent by the Russian Tax Agency.

And the Kremlin announced yesterday that Russian President Vladimir Putin had a telephone discussion with his Indonesian counterpart about the activities of the Group of Twenty and developments in the situation. in Ukraine, and he claimed in a statement that the two leaders discussed, during the phone call, on “issues relating to Russian-Indonesian cooperation and various aspects of the activities of the G-20”, currently chaired by Indonesia. The statement said Putin briefed Widodo on Russia’s assessment of the situation in Ukraine.

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