Two weeks after concluding his trip to Ukraine and Russia on a peacebuilding mission, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo expressed his intention to continue efforts at the November G20 summit in Bali.
Speaking today via the president’s official Youtube channel, Jokowi He said The summit, which will include the world’s largest economies, will be used to establish order and common welfare in the world.
“We started with my visit to Ukraine and Russia last month, and we will continue this effort with the hope that it will bear fruit at the upcoming G20 summit in November in Bali,” Jokowi said.
Russian officials have stated on several occasions that Putin will attend the summit in Bali, while Zelensky, who has received a special invitation, will send a representative and will actually participate.
As previously reported, President Jokowi met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow and with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv. The Indonesian president clarified that his country’s foreign policy revolves around peace and humanitarian issues, especially this year, considering that Indonesia is chairing the intergovernmental forum of the Group of Twenty for the first time.
Jokowi is the first Asian leader to take on this peacebuilding mission, vowing to be a bridge of communications between Zelensky and Putin in the future.