Stoltenberg said, "The fact that the war is in an active stage does not allow us to invite them (Ukrainians) tomorrow or today."
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres will push the industrialised countries to increase their funding for the causes of development and climate change.
Meanwhile, China said that the meeting was not the "right forum" to discuss geopolitical issues and that it did not support the inclusion of the content in the Outcome Document.
India has expressed concern over the “recent developments” in Ukraine in broad terms without mentioning any country while introducing an element of indirect criticism of Russia for ending a UN-sponsored arrangement to allow shipments of food grains and agriculture-related products through the Black Sea.
The text makes clear these investments must be limited to "the exceptional circumstance" given the Russian-driven energy shock and "as a temporary response."
The Khmelnytskyi regional military administration on Sunday confirmed that a combat drone fired by the Russian forces hit a critical infrastructure facility located outside the settlements, causing explosions.
In capital Kiev, Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko said nearly 60 drones had been launched by Russia on Monday, adding that 36 were destroyed, the BBC reported.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has denied that his country carried out an alleged drone attack on the Kremlin, which Russia says was an attempt on President Vladimir Putin's life.
The aircraft were downed using electronic warfare measures and caused no casualties or damage, the President's office said in a statement. Moscow considers the incident an act of terrorism, RT reported.
The morphed picture bears a similar resemblance to Maa Kali with its blue skin, tongue sticking out pose, and a wreath of skulls around the neck.
The sports ministry published a decree, signed by the country's deputy sports minister Matvii Bidnyi, on its website on Friday.
On the issue of Indian medical students, Dzhaparova mentioned that Ukraine will allow foreign medical students to take the Unified State Qualification Exam in their country of domicile.
In a fiery address from Warsaw's Royal Castle, US President Joe Biden assured to continue supporting Ukraine as it enters a second year of the ongoing war and said Russian President Vladimir Putin's "craven lust for land and power will fail".
Putin also claimed that Russia tried to settle the conflict in Ukraine's separatist Donbas region by peaceful means.
The US has recently begun seeing "disturbing" trendlines in China's support for Russia's military and there are signs that Beijing wants to "creep up to the line" of providing lethal military aid to Russia without getting caught, the media reported.
Visiting European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has said that the European Union (EU) will impose new sanctions on Russia by February 24, the first anniversary of the Russia-Ukraine war.
Ukrainian military said that all of Friday's drones were destroyed, the BBC reported.
In remarks from the Oval Office, Biden on Wednesday said he was "delighted" to receive Zelensky, who, in turn, offered "all my appreciations from my heart and from the heart of all Ukrainians".
Of the war crimes seen since Russia waged its war against Ukraine, Kostin said 260 people had been indicted and 13 verdicts were issued by Ukrainian courts.
The Ministry also accused Kiev of launching military attacks via the humanitarian route.