April 21, 2024

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G20 Summit kicks off in Rome and focuses on climate change – Hondudiario

*** At the G20 Summit, attendees will talk about climate change, combating Covid-19 and other global issues.

Leaders of the world’s 20 largest economies will gather on Saturday in Rome to kick off the first G20 summit since the outbreak of the coronavirus.

During two days of the summit, attendees will talk about climate change, the fight against Covid-19, the situation in Afghanistan and other global issues.

Referring to climate change, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres noted that the meeting in the Italian capital is an opportunity to rectify the global warming situation on the eve of COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland.

The effects of the Corona virus, human and economic, will also be one of the topics that will be discussed, in addition to the debts of the poorest countries, in which they demand that developed countries stop monopolizing antiviral vaccines.

“In high-income countries, 133 doses of the antiviral vaccine were given to every 100 people, while in low-income countries 4 doses were given to every 100 people,” several UN organizations denounced on Friday, including the World Health Organization (WHO).

On the eve of the launch of the G20 summit, the ministers of economy and health of the world’s largest economies published a statement in which they confirmed that they will take measures to ensure that 40% of the world’s population is vaccinated against the Corona virus. by the end of the year and 70 percent by mid-2022.

Attendees will also discuss the transition to sustainable development within the framework of the United Nations’ 15-Year Program and confronting the regionalization trends of the global economy.

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To ensure security and in the face of various demonstrations called by social organizations and movements, the Italian government ordered the deployment of at least 5,000 regime forces, helicopters and drones over the Italian capital.telesur / Honduras

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