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Ukraine War: G-20 summit addresses Ukraine war, US State Department claims


The Ukraine-Russia war has now become a matter of global concern. Because of this, the war will be discussed in detail at the G-20 summit to be held in India. US State Department spokesman Matthew Miller said that during the G-20 summit, we intend to discuss the Ukraine war in meetings and conversations with allies and partners. This will be one of the main topics of our conversation, and I do not doubt it.

Matthew Miller said discussing the conflict in Ukraine would be a top priority for US President Joe Biden at the G20 summit in India next month. Asked whether anything is going to come out of the G-20 summit as far as the Russia-Ukraine conflict is concerned. I would say that in all of our conversations with allies and partners around the world, we continue to discuss the war in Ukraine, Matthew Miller told reporters. “It’s always been one of the main themes that comes up in all our conversations, and I have no doubt that it will be in the G-20 as well,” he said.

Significantly, the Russia-Ukraine war started when Ukraine was offered NATO membership and rejected it. Russia launched its special military operation on February 24, 2022, after it recognized Donetsk and Luhansk as “independent republics” seeking secession from Ukraine. Russia has since continued to maintain that its campaigns are aimed at the “demilitarization” and “Nazification” of the country. However, the United States and other NATO countries have stated that it is impossible to include Ukraine now due to the ongoing conflict.

In July, US President Joe Biden said he did not think Ukraine was ready for NATO membership. At the same time, he said that NATO is a process that takes some time to meet all the qualifications, from democratization to a whole range of other issues. According to media reports, when asked about Ukraine’s NATO membership, the US President said in an interview, “I don’t think it (Ukraine) is ready for NATO membership.” However, Ukraine is still committed to being part of NATO.

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