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G-20 foreign ministers gather in Bali amid Ukraine war, inflation

U.S.-China, other meetings on sidelines; Russia's Lavrov expected to attend

Foreign ministers of the Group of 20 major economies will discuss global issues face-to-face in Bali, meeting for the first time since Russia's invasion of Ukraine. (Nikkei montage/Reuters)

BALI, Indonesia -- Foreign ministers from the Group of 20 major economies kicked off a two-day meeting on Thursday in Bali. And looming over the gathering: Russia's invasion of Ukraine and its far-reaching consequences, including rising global inflation.

The meeting opened with a dinner on Thursday night at a hotel on the "island of the gods," as Bali is known. There, foreign ministers from the world's big developed and emerging countries will gather for their first in-person talks since the Ukraine war broke out in February.

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