Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov left Bali for Russia on Tuesday, a day before the G20 summit is due to conclude on the Indonesian island, according to Russian state media.
State-run news agency TASS reported Tuesday that Lavrov’s program at the G20 summit had ended “as expected,” without reporting the exact time he departed.
During his time in Bali, Lavrov addressed the G20 and met with several leaders, including Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.
Remember: Russia’s war against Ukraine has resulted in isolation for Moscow at this year’s G20 summit. Multiple Western leaders vowed not to have any contact with Lavrov, who attended on behalf of the Kremlin as Russian President Vladimir Putin stayed away.