China and India withstand Western pressure at G20
The final joint G20 statement was not as historic as some had expected in the current turbulent times for global security and the economy, the chairman of the International Institute for Global Analysis Vision & Global Trends Tiberio Graziani said.
The G20 summit which took place on the Indonesian island of Bali showed that the relations between Moscow and Beijing and New Delhi remained at a high level, Tiberio Graziani, the chairman of the International Institute for Global Analysis Vision & Global Trends, said on Thursday in a conversation, noting the weakness of the final document.
“The final joint G20 statement, like other documents that require broad international consensus, was not as historic as some had expected in the current turbulent times for global security and the economy.
Some may be left with the unpleasant residue that the condemnation of Russia was not unanimous. What can be stated is that relations between Moscow and Beijing as well as with New Delhi have stood the test of international pressure,” the expert said.
He called the past summit “quite a successful baptism” in the international arena of Italy’s new prime minister, Giorgia Meloni, noting that her invitation to Beijing “seems interesting.” “Let’s see if she, being quite limited by her obligations to NATO, American allies and the EU, will be able to find room for maneuvering in favor of maintaining national interests,” the political scientist added.