Alberto Fernández will promote a dialogue between Russia and Ukraine at the G20

Argentine President Alberto Fernandez said in Paris that he will continue his contacts with other G20 leaders to try to bring Russia and Ukraine to a dialogue table, a process in which he asked to participate. “We met with the president. [francés Emmanuel] Macron in talking with other leaders of the G20 to see if we can have some kind of more concrete actions in favor of constituting a table that recovers dialogue and begins with the ceasefire, “he said.
Fernández made these statements at the end of an official trip to France, where he met with his French counterpart and presented his vision on the war in Ukraine in the framework of the Paris Forum on Peace. In this event, the tenant of the Casa Rosada denounced the “indecency” of the war, warned of the risk of nuclear attacks and pointed out that this conflict has serious consequences throughout the world and in particular in developing countries. The dialogue is “between Ukraine and Russia”, but the solution must be global and outside the logic of blocs, he stressed at the press conference.
Among the priorities on Argentina’s agenda at the Bali summit, where Fernández will leave tomorrow, is a meeting with the managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Kristalina Georgieva, and the discussion on the consequences of the war in Ukraine for the countries of the South. The Argentine president will also hold a bilateral meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Argentina already participated in June, along with other emerging countries such as South Africa, India and Indonesia, in a G7 meeting in Germany, where the consequences of the war in Ukraine were addressed. This issue will also be present at the G20 summit of industrialized and emerging powers to be held from November 14 to 17 in Bali, Indonesia.
Fernández also referred to the meeting organized within the framework of the Paris Forum for Peace between the president of the Venezuelan Parliament, Jorge Rodríguez, and the negotiator of Juan Guaidó, Gerardo Blyde. It was “a good start to restart negotiations” between the government and the opposition of Venezuela, he said today.

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