BRUSSELS — Language opposing the use of nuclear weapons looks set to feature in next week’s G20 closing deal, given that Russia favors the language, EU sources say.
Analysts have long been preparing for next week’s G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, particularly to see how world leaders will handle Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced this week that he would not be present, but he is sending his foreign minister.
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