At the March 1-2 Foreign Ministerial Council in the Indian capital, which will bring together the heads of foreign affairs departments of the world’s leading economies and invited countries, as well as representatives from specialised international organisations, Sergei Lavrov, the foreign minister of Russia, will serve as the delegation’s leader.
“The illegal seizure of humanitarian cargoes of Russian fertiliser for the needs of Africa and the poorest countries, along with the terrorist incident that occurred in the area of responsibility of the EU and NATO, will be presented, the Russian Foreign Ministry ” stated on Tuesday.
Ahead of the one-year anniversary of the Russia-Ukraine conflict on February 24, the meeting will also feature US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang. Two-thirds of the world’s population, 80% of global GDP, international trade, and greenhouse gas emissions are all represented by the participants.
Moscow declared that it views the G20 platform as a crucial platform for global governance and that it fully supports the task assigned to the Indian G20 Presidency to advance a unifying agenda that will aid in regaining public trust in multilateral diplomacy and avert the fragmentation of the global economy. Russia promised to significantly contribute to India’s priorities, which include ensuring inclusive and sustainable economic growth, accelerating the achievement of sustainable development goals, reforming multilateral institutions, modernising the digital world, and enhancing the participation of women in the workforce.