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G20 leaders agree to end ‘age of war’, strict on use of nuclear weapons



bali. At the G20 summit, all major world leaders agreed that today’s era “should not be an era of war”. This information was published in a draft press release. Along with this, the diplomats also condemned the dangers of using nuclear weapons. According to the draft statement, “the majority of members strongly condemned the war in Ukraine, stressing that it causes a widespread humanitarian crisis and a risk to the current global economy.”

This project came to the fore at such a time, when a day earlier talks had taken place between officials from Western countries and Russia and China. The project was seen by the Financial Times and confirmed by two delegations.

The rhetoric of war and Russia’s repeated use of nuclear weapons is stronger than Western authorities had anticipated, underscoring growing concern among non-Western states over Vladimir Putin’s invasion and its wider ramifications. . The draft declaration read: “The use or threat of use of nuclear weapons is unacceptable. The peaceful resolution of conflicts, efforts to overcome crises, as well as diplomacy and dialogue are important. Today’s era should not be one of war.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also called on Tuesday for a return to the path of “ceasefire and diplomacy” to resolve the Ukraine dispute. Addressing a session of the annual G20 summit, Prime Minister Modi said global challenges posed by the Ukraine crisis have taken their toll on the world and global supply chains have “collapsed”.

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