President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine and Russian President Vladimir Putin have been invited by Indonesia, the current chair of the Group of 20, to attend a big ticket summit in November.
The decision to invite both leaders shows the delicate balance the Southeast Asian country is trying to keep as the G20 host this year. Russia is a member of the G20, and the countries in the grouping have been divided over their reaction to Moscow for its war in Ukraine.
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