Zelenskyy says U.S., China statement on nuclear threats ‘weighty statements’

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy makes a shock go to to Kherson on November 14, 2022, in Kherson, Ukraine.
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy stated late on Monday that he welcomed the statements from the United States and China from the Group of 20 meeting on the inadmissibility of threats to make use of nuclear weapons.

“It is a grouping of very weighty states. And right this moment, on the eve of the summit, weighty statements have already been made,” Mr. Zelenskyy stated in his nightly video tackle, referring to the G20 as G19 in what appeared a pointed message that he didn’t contemplate Russia a part of the group.

“Specifically, it will be important that the USA and China collectively highlighted that the threats of utilizing nuclear weapons had been unacceptable. Everybody understands to whom these phrases are addressed.”

On Monday, U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese language President Xi Jinping agreed that nuclear warfare must not ever be fought, in accordance with the White Home, and opposed the specter of nuclear weapons use in Ukraine. 

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