Meeting between Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar and his Chinese counterpart Qin Gang comes as their countries' militaries continue their standoff over a border dispute.
Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar said there were “divergences” on the issue of war in Ukraine “which we could not reconcile as various parties held differing views.”
Stating that reform of the international system will eliminate the development gap, Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu stresses the importance to implement the 2030 agenda for sustainable development and supporting least developed countries.
Ukraine war is set to dominate Thursday's meeting of the world's top diplomats in New Delhi, with hosts India labouring to avoid the discord that ended its last G20 meeting.
Türkiye's top diplomat holds talks with several foreign ministers, including Russia's Sergey Lavrov, on the margins of G20 event in New Delhi, expressing gratitude for their country's support after the February 6 disaster.
While host India wants this year's meeting to focus on issues like alleviating poverty and climate finance, US tensions with Russia and China are expected to create divides.
Ukraine honours its dead and vows to keep fighting while Russia tells the world to accept "the realities" of conflict — now in its 367th day — but faces new Western sanctions.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida says North Korea has "repeated its provocations with unprecedented frequency", while the White House says it will coordinate with regional leaders on the missile test.
Ukraine says it is facing fierce fighting — now in its 267th day — in the east from Russian troops that withdrew from Kherson in the south, while Western allies clash with Moscow at the UN Security Council.
The Chinese premier criticised his Canadian counterpart over alleged leaks of their closed-door meeting at the G20 summit.
The APEC meeting comes on the heels of the G20 summit in Bali where countries unanimously adopted a declaration saying most members condemned the war in Ukraine, but that also acknowledged some countries saw the conflict differently.
If history is any guide, what happens next in Poland must be viewed with a lot of concern.
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