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Poland pushes call for Russia to be excluded from G20

Poland stated Tuesday that it suggested that Russia be removed from the G20 group major economies. The suggestion received a positive response.

Piotr Nowak, Polish Minister for Economic Development and Technology, stated in a statement that this matter was discussed during meetings in Washington last week.

Nowak said that during meetings with Gina Raimondo (U.S. Commerce Secretary), we presented a proposal to exclude Russia. This was approved and received a positive response. The matter will now be transferred to President Joe Biden.”

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The U.S. Department of Commerce did not immediately respond to the request. Although the U.S. Department of Commerce did not respond to the Polish statement, a separate source claimed that Russia had violated international norms. Therefore, there should be consequences for Russia’s participation in multilateral forums.

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