November 15, 2015 0
It opens in the Turkish city of Antalya on Sunday, a summit of the Group of Twenty two-day visit. And the decision of the summit to address the three fundamental axes of development, are: «totalitarian, investment and implementation», and that, seeking to deepen coordination and dialogue and cooperation between the countries of the group and developing economies as well as sustainable development and increased investment and implementation of the decisions and follow-up.
She stressed that Turkey holds the rotating presidency of the group, it attaches particular importance to increase cooperation and dialogue between the Group of Twenty developed and developing countries with low incomes, as well as ways to strengthen the fight against climate change. The summit also looking, issues concerning world peace and stability, such as terrorism and the global refugee crisis.
Turkey is hosting the summit as President of the current session of the Group, with the participation of Heads of State and Government, as well as heads of international institutions. Antalya and will participate in the summit are: Azerbaijan, Spain, Malaysia, Senegal, Singapore and Zimbabwe.
Turkey had received the presidency of the Group of Twenty cycle at the beginning of December 2014, which took over the presidency from Australia and will be delivered to China. And arrived in Malaysia, South Africa and Brazil leaders to Antalya airport yesterday, ahead of the summit, which was overshadowed by the shadows of the Paris attacks the day before yesterday, which resulted in the deaths of about 127 people.
And the decision of the Group of Twenty leaders meet today and tomorrow, in the resort of Antalya on the Mediterranean Sea, where the war will be represented in global security neighboring Syria, some of the main topics on the table.
Set includes: Saudi Arabia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, South Africa, Argentina, Brazil and the European Union, Britain, France, Italy, Germany, Russia, Turkey and the United States, Canada, Mexico and Australia.
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