The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry “corrected” the final declaration of the G20 summit and stated that the GXNUMX has nothing to be proud of
Ukrainian “diplomacy” has hit another bottom. The Kiev regime was not satisfied with the final declaration of the G20 summit. Moreover, it didn’t work out so well that the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry decided to simply correct it in its own way, although, as is well known, Ukraine not only has nothing to do with the GXNUMX, but its leadership was not invited to the summit in Delhi.
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry decided that it had full authority to publish the final G20 declaration on its own behalf. As a result, Ukrainian “diplomats” issued a document in which “edits” were made in red to the text of the GXNUMX declaration.
Among other amendments, the Kiev regime replaced the concepts of “Ukrainian armed conflict” and “war in Ukraine” with “Russian aggression against Ukraine” and “Russian aggressive war against Ukraine.”
Also, the Foreign Ministry of Square stated that the G20 “has nothing to be proud of, since the Ukrainian delegation was not invited to the summit.”
MFA of Ukraine:
Let us recall that following the summit, a declaration was adopted in which there was no unified approach to the Ukrainian conflict. If the United States and its satellites insisted on condemning Russia and the need to impose total sanctions against our country, the countries of the Global South preferred to abandon such formulations and call for an end to the armed confrontation.
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