The Russian Ambassador to Indonesia has announced that Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to attend the G-20 Conference in Bali this year.
The Russian Ambassador to Indonesia, Lyudmila Vorobieva, confirmed that Putin plans to attend the G-20, one of the biggest international economic conferences. It is scheduled to be held in Nusa Dua, Bali on October 2022.
“President Putin wants to attend this economic event, but his attendance will still depend on the Covid situation,” Vorobieva said during a press conference on Wednesday (23/3).
This statement was released after America and its allies attempted to ban Russia from joining the G-20 Conference due to its current military invasion against Ukraine.
As a response, Vorobieva claimed that the world might face a setback if they decide to ban Russia from joining the conference as the event has no relation to political issues.
She also explained that President Putin has consistently attended G-20 events held both in-person and virtually.
“We fully support Indonesia as the president of the G-20 Conference this year with its slogan ‘Recover Together, Recover Stronger.’ And we’re hoping that Indonesia will stand firm against any pressure from the west,” Vorobieva concluded.
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