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G20 meeting may lead to wider divisions over war in Ukraine

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Kissinger is right, tell the Ukranian leader to give up those lost lands for peace. Signed on paper for a truce and back to normal. It is not worth to let this war continue!

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Kissinger is right, tell the Ukranian leader to give up those lost lands for peace. Signed on paper for a truce and back to normal. It is not worth to let this war continue!

That's worth a try.

The problem is that there's too many fingers in the pie.

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Kissinger is right, tell the Ukranian leader to give up those lost lands for peace. Signed on paper for a truce and back to normal. It is not worth to let this war continue!

Kissinger has never been right in his life. Are you kidding me?

”We would like the G20 to hold Russia accountable and insist that it support this initiative,” said Ramin Toloui, the assistant secretary of state for Economic and Business Affairs.

Holding Russia accountable would be a start.

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The US and other G7 countries decided to not attend the G20 dinner. As always, they have to call the shots. Old imperial forces are cantankerous and puerile as ever. Hard to shake off the old ways.

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