G20's Diplomatic Dance  Ukraine, Unity, and Economic Rivalry 

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The G20 summit in New Delhi took place on September 9, 2023, where world leaders discussed various global issues. 

While the leaders managed to agree on a joint statement addressing climate change and economic development, they did not explicitly condemn Russia's invasion of Ukraine. 

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Diplomats faced challenges in crafting the statement's language regarding the Ukraine conflict, reflecting divisions within the G20. 

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US President Joe Biden aimed to garner support for Ukraine during the summit and promote American investment in the developing world. 

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The joint declaration acknowledged the situation in Ukraine and urged all states to refrain from using force for territorial acquisition. 

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The declaration also expressed opposition to nuclear weapons and highlighted the economic impact of the war. 

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The statement acknowledged differing views and assessments of the Ukraine situation among G20 nations.

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The United States praised the statement as a significant milestone but noted it differed from the previous year's G20 declaration, which strongly condemned the war in Ukraine.

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Russia and China resisted stronger language in the statement, making consensus challenging, as both are G20 members.

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Ukraine's Foreign Ministry expressed disappointment with the declaration and emphasized the importance of Ukraine's involvement in discussions about its situation at international forums. 

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