Analysis: Have China and India shifted stance on Russia war?

11/17/2022 1:13:00 PM

NUSA DUA, Indonesia (AP) — China and India, after months of refusing to condemn Russia’s war in Ukraine, did not stand in the way of the release this week of a statement by the world’s leading economies that strongly criticizes Moscow.

China and India, after months of refusing to condemn Russia’s war in Ukraine, did not stand in the way of a G-20 statement in Indonesia by the world’s leading economies that harshly criticized Moscow. Are they shifting their policy? Analysis by APklug

NUSA DUA, Indonesia (AP) — China and India, after months of refusing to condemn Russia’s war in Ukraine, did not stand in the way of the release this week of a statement by the world’s leading economies that strongly criticizes Moscow.

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