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G20 has a Russia-Ukraine problem as India takes up presidency next year

The war has cleaved the group, stalling much of the preparatory work on more substantive issues

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G20 summit | Russia Ukraine Conflict | India

Subhomoy Bhattacharjee  |  New Delhi 



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The EU and the US are keen to include a reference to the ongoing war in every possible forum, condemning Russia.

The controversy involving hosting the G20 summit in Kashmir in 2023 is one of the issues deflecting attention from the critical importance of the meet scheduled for November in Bali. This one will take place in the middle of the worst supply shock the world has faced in decades, a climate crisis and the aftershocks of the Covid-19 pandemic. Added to that, the Russia- war is threatening the institution as it has never done since it was formed 23 years ago in 1999.

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First Published: Wed, July 06 2022. 16:29 IST

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