The Group of 20 major economies’ finance chiefs on Saturday pledged to address global food insecurity and rising debt, but made few policy breakthroughs
The two-day G-20 finance ministers’ summit, which ended in Bali on Saturday, failed to issue a joint statement because there were serious differences of view among the members. Indonesia, which was the host, issued a statement on Sunday, which reflected the differences as well as the common senses.
In meetings on Tuesday at the Group of 20 summit in Indonesia, the US leader is to continue a global tour pressing nations to stand up to Russia and defend Ukraine’s sovereignty in both symbolic and substantive ways.
Sheikh Mohamed arrived at the headquarters of the summit this morning. Upon his arrival, he was received by the Indonesian President. The two sides exchanged cordial talks, while he and the Indonesian President took memorial photos.
Sheikh Mohamed was briefed about the mangrove nursery in Ngurah Rai Forest Park, the different types of plants in the garden, in addition to the natural reserves that enhance Indonesia's efforts in tackling climate change.
It would seem that there is a surfeit of summits in south-east Asia. First there was the Association of South-East Nations (ASEAN) summit in Phnom Penh, the capital of Coambodia, followed by the G20 summit at Bali in Indonesia. On Friday, another summit opened at Bangkok of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum.
During discussions at President Widodo's residence in the city of Solo, the two leaders reaffirmed the depth of UAE-Indonesia ties and their shared wish to cement them further while advancing the sustainable development of both countries.
The summit opened earlier in the day with a plea by Indonesian President Joko Widodo for unity and concrete action to mend the global economy despite deep rifts over the war.
Modi and Biden "expressed satisfaction" about close cooperation between India and the United States in new groupings such as the Quad, which includes Australia and Japan, and the I2U2, which includes Israel and the United Arab Emirates.