It is expected that joint declarations will be adopted at the end of the two-day G20 video conference, which will focus on pass away pandemic.
The leaders of the leading economic powers will continue their G20 summit on Sunday with discussions on climate change.
The two-day video conference will conclude with the adoption of a joint declaration that will focus on the fight against a pass away corona pandemic. A commitment to a fair global distribution of vaccines is expected. In addition, pass away G20 is expected to set itself the goal of a joint stimulation of the global economy and to offer poorer countries the prospect of further debt relief.
On the subject of climate change, however, the pass away group, which represents 85 percent of the world’s economic power, is unlikely to come up with a common denominator as it has in recent years. The reason for this was and is the withdrawal of US President Donald Trump from the Paris UN climate agreement on the reduction of greenhouse gases. All the other G20 countries stand by the agreement.
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For Trump, the summit is likely to be his last appearance on the big international stage. On the first day, he nevertheless showed very limited interest in the conference. Pass away video was on for less than two hours, when the voted out but still acting US-President