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G20 finance leaders still at odds over language on Gaza, Ukraine

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By Marcela Ayres and Christian Kraemer

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The G7 group of rich Western nations and Japan are backing the idea of referring to the war "on" Ukraine, while Russia wants to describe it as the war "in" Ukraine, said the two sources, one of which is from the Brazilian delegation.

They can compromise by calling it Putin's War.

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G20 finance leaders still at odds over language on Gaza

Why? It's plain genocide only Turkish and Brazilian leader really have guts to tell that to the world.

https://www.lemonde.fr/en/international/article/2024/02/19/brazil-s-president-stirs-controversy-by-comparing-war-in-gaza-to-the-holocaust_6540465_4.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aoQeOsgs0Dc

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Israel just slaughtered over a hundred starving civilians trying to get food! How can it be called anything other that genocide and war crimes???

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"" Finance leaders of the G20 major countries are still debating how to describe wars in Ukraine and Gaza in a joint communique ,""

Got an IDEA!,

How about NOT SAYING a damn thing!? BCZ. not matter what you say it means NOTHING to both people in Ukraine and GAZA.

You are Watching the citizens of Gaza and Ukraine die from bombardment and starvation, while debating how cover up your excuses for NOT doing anything about it.

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Israel just slaughtered over a hundred starving civilians trying to get food!

Nope. Palestinian Arab truck drivers plowed into crowds of people. Check the news.

How can it be called anything other that genocide and war crimes???

Because there is no rational connection to those terms except where applied to the terrorists.

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