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G20 Summit

G-20 ends with missile in Poland aggravating war concerns

'Tough' debate over language on Ukraine in leaders' declaration, Jokowi says

Indonesian President Joko Widodo speaks during a news conference after the Group of 20 leaders summit in Bali, Indonesia, on Nov. 16.   © Pool/Reuters

BALI, Indonesia -- A missile strike in Poland and tensions over Taiwan overshadowed talks on inflation, energy and food security at the Group of 20 summit on the Indonesian resort island of Bali.

The Leaders' Declaration published Wednesday after two days of discussion said the group "deplores in the strongest terms" Russia's aggression against Ukraine and "demands its complete and unconditional withdrawal" from its neighbor.

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