On November 15, the G20 summit starts in Bali, Indonesia.
The Group of Twenty (G20) Summit brings together finance ministers and central bank governors of the world's most powerful countries. Permanent participants of the G20 meetings are also the IMF, the European Central Bank and the World Bank.
Traditionally, the G20 meetings are a dialogue platform where representatives of the international political community discuss important economic issues.
This year, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy was invited to the summit. The President announced his position - Ukraine will not participate in the G20 summit in Bali if Russian President Putin is there.
The Head of State and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine demand from the international community to exclude Russia from the G20 after its military aggression, military and terrorist crimes against the Ukrainian people and deliberate missile attacks on the infrastructure of Ukraine.
"We hope that the G20 Summit will become another meeting of international leaders that will demonstrate the unity of the international community in support of Ukraine," Head of the Presidential Office Andriy Yermak noted.
So, we are watching the unfolding of events and hope that world leaders will give a tough unanimous assessment of the criminal state and, as a result, Russia will be expelled from the ranks of the world's most powerful economies.