This demonstration by Tibetan exiles outside the Chinese embassy in New Delhi sets the tone for the G20 foreign ministers’ summit, which begins Thursday in India.
Air that could be cut with a knife before the opposing positions on the war in Ukraine.
A panorama of enormous international tensions due to positions regarding the war in Ukraine. This is that of the European Union.
“War must be condemned”
“It is clear, our position is that the war must be condemned,” said the High Representative for Foreign Affairs for the EU Josep Borrell. “Russia has to stop it and withdraw. As long as this doesn’t happen, we will support Ukraine and keep the door open to any kind of perspective that could bring peace.”
“A Bully and a Victim”
From Tashkent, Uzbekistan, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced that he does not plan to meet with his Russian and Chinese counterparts.
“Now, we all know the simple truth. That the war could end tomorrow. It could end today. If President Putin decides. He started it, he can stop it. It’s on one level, simple as that. We shouldn’t lose sight of this made. No one should lose sight of the fact that we have an aggressor. And we have a victim.”
Russia and Turkey on the Ukrainian grain agreement
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov met with his Turkish colleague Çavusoglu, with whom he discussed the future agreement for the export of Ukrainian grain.
He has declared after meeting with his Indian counterpart that they will not accept neocolonial practices such as sanctions, threats or blackmail against sovereign States.
Lavrov has spoken in turn with the head of Brazilian diplomacy Mauro Vieira, a country to which the President Zelenski has asked for help to rally the support of Ibero-America.
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