The leaders of the countries “the Big twenty”, adopted a Declaration on the outcome of the Argentina summit.
It was published on the official website of the G20.
The Declaration includes 31 paragraphs and annexes, which lists adopted at the Ministerial and working group documents.
The G20 leaders, in particular, confirmed the readiness to achieve sustainable growth, have agreed on the need to reform the WTO.
Declaration of neobhodimosti to reform the world trade organization became one of the main points.
It is also noted that the WTO achieves its goals and there is scope for improvement in its work.
Recallthat the American leader Donald trump repeatedly ignored Putin for a short period of time. He behaved at the Congress of the “Big twenty”.
The US President Donald trump was not to greet or to chat with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the arrival for the G20 summit Friday, November 30 in Buenos Aires.
Surprisingly, Putin arrived at the event early and immediately took its place at the negotiating table. The American leader arrived a few minutes later and immediately joined the group of world leaders, which is something animatedly discussing.
The portal also wrotethat German Chancellor Angela Merkel,as expected, had a conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin and discussed the incident in the Kerch Strait, according to government spokesman of Germany Steffen Seibert.
“Before the start of the second day of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Chancellor Merkel talked with Russian President Putin. In the centre of the negotiations was the situation in Syria and the situation between Russia and Ukraine in the Kerch Strait and the Azov sea,”writes Seibert on Twitter.
As previously reported, “Znayu” Merkel is caught in a place where it did not expect to see anyone: was in shock even herself.
Also “Znayu” I wrote that Germany will send the Russian fleet to feed the fish.
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