Canada wants to expel Russia from the G-20


Published on 03/31/2022 at 15:00updated on 03/31/2022 at 15:00

According to Justin Trudeau, the G20 member states should have a “discussion” about the expulsion of Russia. (Photo: The Canadian Press)

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau revealed Thursday that Ottawa, like the United States, wants to expel Russia from the Group of Twenty, a group made up of countries with more developed economies.

“It doesn’t make sense to have a discussion about global economic growth when the country responsible for so much of the turmoil is sitting around the table and pretending to contribute,” he said as he entered the question period on Thursday in Ottawa.

According to Justin Trudeau, the G20 member states should have a “discussion” about the expulsion of Russia, whether on a permanent basis, or at least for the next meeting.

I can’t see how there are leaders like me who can sit around the same table as Vladimir Putin and pretend that everything is fine. “We have the ability to work together,” he said.

US President Joe Biden delivered a similar speech Thursday in Brussels after a series of urgent NATO meetings on the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Joe Biden said he had raised the issue with other world leaders and made clear that he would prefer to remove Russia from the group, but if Indonesia or other countries did not agree, he would ask that Ukrainian leaders be allowed to participate in the talks.

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