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As the G20 leaders’ summit begins on the Indonesian island of Bali, a joint statement is expected to be signed at the summit condemning the ongoing war in Ukraine and highlighting the war’s negative impact on the global economy.

The Reuters statement said it would draw attention to the fact that the G20 is not a forum for addressing security concerns, but would also highlight the negative impact of security issues on the global economy.

The G20 countries were unable to issue a joint statement at previous meetings due to disagreements over wording, including the definition of a war in Ukraine between Russia and other members.

The first summit of G20 leaders since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24 discusses issues such as global inflation, food and energy security, and war.

Zelensky called on Russia to end the war

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who joined the summit via video link, said it was time for Russia to stop the war in his country “justly and on the basis of UN terms and international law.”

In his speech, Zelensky called for the restoration of radiation safety at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, price caps on Russian energy supplies, an expansion of the grain export initiative, and the release of all Ukrainian prisoners.

“The world must not be drawn into a new cold war”

The summit opened earlier in the day with Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s call for unity and concrete action to rebuild the global economy despite the war’s deep divisions.

“We have no other choice, cooperation is necessary to save the world. The G20 should be the catalyst for an inclusive economic recovery. We should not divide the world into parts. We must not allow the world to be drawn into a new cold war,” Widodo said.

Erdogan’s bilateral contacts

Although Russian President Vladimir Putin did not attend the summit, Russia is represented at the summit by Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

The G20 countries, including the US, Turkey, Russia, Brazil, India, Saudi Arabia, and Germany, account for over 80 percent of the world’s gross domestic product, 75 percent of international trade, and 60 percent of the world’s population.

President Erdogan, who is in Bali to attend the summit, is holding bilateral meetings. Today, Erdogan is meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and today he will also meet with Italian Prime Minister Giorgi Meloni.

Erdogan is expected to meet tomorrow with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron.

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