Russian President Vladimir Putin to not attend G20 Summit in India: Kremlin

Date:



The primary emphasis now could be a particular navy operation, the Kremlin spokesperson stated. Putin had additionally skipped the current summit of BRICS nations in South Africa and addressed the gathering by way of video hyperlink.

Russian President Vladimir Putin is not planning to attend the G20 Summit in India subsequent month, Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov advised Russian media on Thursday. The primary emphasis now could be a particular navy operation, the Kremlin spokesperson stated.

Putin had additionally skipped the current summit of BRICS nations in South Africa and addressed the gathering by way of video hyperlink. India holds the G20 Presidency this 12 months and the G-20 Summit will likely be held from September 8-10 in New Delhi. The summit may have distinguished visitors from everywhere in the world.

The G20, or Group of Twenty, is an intergovernmental discussion board of the world’s 20 main developed and creating economies, making it the premier discussion board for worldwide financial cooperation. The International Criminal Court (ICC) had earlier in March issued an arrest warrant for Putin and one other Russian official.

The warrant is believed to be one of many first fees towards Putin for conflict crimes in Ukraine, a part of a worldwide effort to maintain the Russian president and the Russian Federation accountable for atrocities starting with the full-scale February 2022 invasion.

READ | PM Modi conferred with the Grand Cross of the Order of Honour by Greece

Putin has been accused of alleged conflict crimes. The warrant cites him and Maria Alekseyevna Lvova-Belova, commissioner for kids’s rights in the Office of the President of the Russian Federation, for the compelled deportation of Ukrainian kids from Russian-occupied territory to Russia.

The Kremlin has nevertheless refuted the allegations, noting it does not cooperate with the ICC. On February 24, 2022, Russia invaded Ukraine in an escalation of the Russo-Ukrainian War which started in 2014. The invasion has killed tens of 1000’s on either side. Russian forces have been accused of mass civilian casualties and of torturing captured Ukrainian troopers. 

Earlier in July, Russia withdrew from the Black Sea Grain initiative, an settlement that had permitted Ukraine to export grain from its Black Sea ports a 12 months in the past, regardless of the conflict, to assist alleviate a worldwide meals disaster. 


Nilesh Desai
Nilesh Desaihttps://www.TheNileshDesai.com
The Hindu Patrika is founded in 2016 by Mr. Nilesh Desai. This website is providing news and information mainly related to Hinduism. We appreciate if you send News, information or suggestion.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share post:

Subscribe

Popular

More like this
Related

Defending champion Carlos Alcaraz beats Daniil Medvedev to reach Wimbledon 2024 final

In the upcoming final, Alcaraz will go head-to-head...

Retail inflation rises in June, justifying rate pause

India’s inflation accelerated to a four-month excessive in...