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G20 Argentina 2018

G20 Argentina is an international forum and another word G20 means group of Twenty. As well as, There are 20 countries joined this forum. They are Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, and European Union. So also, It contains 19 individual countries and European Union. European Union represented European Commission and European Central bank. As well as, G20 founded in 1999 and it aims to discuss the policy of the promotion of financial stability.

So also, Germany hosted the 2017 summit and Japan will host in 2019 summit and 2020 summit will hold on Saudi Arabia. the summit 2018 host country is Argentina and G20 Argentina will coordinate the president Mauricio Macri of Argentina.

G20 Argentina 2018

G20 2018 summit will be held in Buenos Aires in Argentina and it will be 13th meeting of G20 (Group of Twenty). So also, It will be first G20 summit in South America. As well as, G20 will start 30th November 2018. In addition to twenty leaders of G20 countries, following leaders will participate as guests.

Sebastian Pinera – President of Chile

Andrew Holness- Prime Minister of Jameica

Mark Rutte-Prime Minister of Netherlands

Paul Kagame – President of Rwanda

Macky Sall – President of Senegal

Lee Hsien Loong – Prime Minister of Singapore

Pedro Sanchez – Prime Minister of Spain

G20 Agenda

As well as,every year, this forum holds prioritizing the some points. In this year, there are 3 priorities for G20 Argentina 2018. It is as follows.

According to prioritizing these 3 concepts, G20 Argentina will host in this year 30th November and 1st of December. As well as, Argentina will host 45 meetings on various government levels and areas in 11 various cities throughout the countries during the build up to G20 Argentina. Like this, Argentina hopes to conduct G20 Argentina 2018 with prioritizing these points.

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