India doesn't invite Ukraine to the G20? Oops! You want to see that the G20 is not the G7…

(To Andrea Cucco)

After disastrous global climatic events and the usual Augustan political squabbles we were missing the international controversy.

As reported by Ansa, the Indian Foreign Minister, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, declared that his country decided not to invite Kiev to the G20 “because it is a platform focused on global growth and this must remain at the center of attention. The G20 is not the UN Security Council, it does not deal with security. "

The G20 is made up of the European Union and 19 of the most industrialized countries in the world. It is up to the host country to decide which non-members to invite. Ukraine had already been invited to the summit in Indonesia in 2022 and to the G7 in Japan in May this year.

However G20 means G20, not G7 which means G5, or rather a forum in which even the eighth (Italy) and ninth (Canada) economies of the planet are admitted to the detriment of the second (China) and fifth (India)…

It is "politically" understandable therefore that Ukraine, state failure even before being invaded by Russia, you argue after getting used to tables that, perhaps, it could only aspire to in 1000 years.

Is it "politically" understandable that a decadent country like ours - which already occupies seats on the concession of others and does not deserve political, diplomatic and least of all economic merits - favor and defend it? No. Of course... unless we are instructed to do so by those who allow us to sit at the G7 today!

Photo: Presidency of the Council