G20 Summit In Delhi: Congress leader Manish Tiwari has reacted to the G-20 summit to be held in New Delhi on 9 and 10 September. Referring to the non-participation of the President of Russia and China in the summit, Manish Tiwari has said that it is not yet clear how many other heads of state will participate in it.
Referring to the current global situation, he said the key challenge is to restore the balance of peace, which has been disrupted by the unnecessary war in Ukraine.
What did Manish Tiwari say about the G-20 summit?
Congress MP Manish Tewari said in a conversation with news agency ANI on Wednesday (September 6), “Unfortunately, this time both President Vladimir Putin and President Xi Jinping have officially pulled out of the summit and they are sending their representatives Will send It is also not clear at this time how many other heads of state will participate."text-align: justify;"”Therefore, the major challenge is to restore the balance of peace in the global order in circumstances that have been disrupted by the unnecessary war in Ukraine where Russia bears responsibility and violations across the Line of Actual Control where China bears responsibility,” he said. is, that main objective will not be addressed at this forum…”
| On G20 Summit in Delhi, Congress MP Manish Tewari says, "…Unfortunately, this time both President Vladimir Putin and President Xi Jinping have officially opted out of the summit and they will be sending their representatives. It is also not clear at this point in time… pic.twitter.com/h7ynytiWtG
— ANI (@ANI) September 6, 2023
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