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G20: 'War in Ukraine isn't formally on summit agenda & yet it will absolutely dominate discussions'

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India has proposed that a G20 statement condemning the war in Ukraine also accommodate the views of Russia and China to avoid an impasse for the divided bloc. But the deliberations of the world's 20 biggest economies have been hindered by differences over Russia's invasion of Ukraine that have hardened since last year's Bali summit. For more on the divisions driving apart the G20 nations, FRANCE 24's Nadia Massih is joined by Dr. Tristen Naylor, Assistant Professor in History and Politics in the Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS) at University of Cambridge.

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