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Russia and China block G20 condemnation of Ukraine war
Air raid alerts continued throughout Ukraine on Saturday, as the G20 failed to release a joint statement condemning Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The meeting of finance leaders and central bank chiefs from the world’s largest economies, which was being held in India, resulted in a “chair’s summary and outcome document,” but avoided using the word “war.” India, which is serving as the G20 chair, was pressured by Western nations to raise the issue, but Russia and China declined to sign the statement. This came a day after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced plans to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping to discuss Beijing’s proposals for ending the war. Meanwhile, a Putin ally, Dmitry Medvedev, called for pushing back NATO member Poland’s borders to ensure peace with Ukraine.
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