U.S. President Joe Biden advocates Russia's exclusion from the G20, and if it does npt work out, he suggests inviting Ukraine to the summit. Biden said this at Biden's press conference after the NATO summit in Brussels, - ukrayinska Pravda reports.
When asked whether he supported Russia's expulsion from the G20, the U.S. President said: "Yes. However, the decision is up to the G20 itself... If that cannot be done – if Indonesia and others do not agree – then, in my opinion, we should ask that Ukraine could attend the meetings, and also ... basically Ukraine can attend the G20 meeting and observe it", - he noted.
At the same time, Biden noted that the G20 summit should be held in November 2022.
Earlier, the Russian ambassador in Jakarta stated that Russian President Vladimir Putin "wants to go" to the G20 summit in Indonesia in November.