Lavrov, the foreign minister of Russia, departs early from the Bali G20 summit

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov left Bali a day before the G20 Summit . Lavrov called the G19 and called for the conflict to end justly .

Bali: On Wednesday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, who was representing President Vladimir Putin, left Bali, a day before the G20 Summit, which was supposed to take place amid the economic difficulties brought by the Russian-Ukraine conflict, effectively addressing the leaders on Tuesday, calling them the G19 and calling for the conflict to end justly.It is unclear if Lavrov's departure, which was confirmed by host Indonesia, had anything to do with Zelensky's address Reports earlier claimed that Lavrov was sick and visited a Bali hospital for a medical check-up before the two-day summit began on Tuesday.The group of 20's working sessions are not open to journalists, but the Zelensky address is available on Ukrainian media outlets.With hours to go until the summit, there was rumored that the joint communique would explicitly name Russia as the aggressor or simply ask an end to the war.

Western leaders reportedly did not wish to be in the same frame as Lavrov when the G20 group photo was taken.According to the official transcript of Zelenskys address, Ukraine must reaffirm the territorial integrity of Ukraine within the framework of the relevant UN General Assembly resolution and the applicable international legally binding documents, Zelensky said.Peace is a global value, says Zelensky.I am certain that it would be the case for each of you, G-19 leaders, said he.Ukrainian leaders wanted to see joint efforts expressed in the summit's conclusions.

During India's presidency, the G20 members included Bangladesh, Egypt, Mauritius, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Oman, Singapore, Spain, and the UAE.

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