Mainly responsible for foreign policy of the world will meet on Sunday 20 and Monday 21 May at the Palacio San Martin in Buenos Aires, for the meeting of foreign ministers of the G20.
The meeting in the ceremonial seat of the Argentina Chancellery will include a working dinner on Sunday night, and four plenary sessions, the next day to address a wide range of topics, focusing on multilateralism and international stage.
In addition to Jorge Faurie, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship of Argentina, who will lead the meeting, among confirmed are Heiko Maas, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Germany; Wang Yi, Minister of Foreign Affairs of China; Taro Kono, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan; Sergey Lavrov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Boris Johnson, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of the United Kingdom. In the coming days the final list of participants will be defined, with other senior officials representing member countries and partners and invited international organizations.
During the meetings, the foreign ministers discussed the general overall international situation; multilateralism and global governance, and action for equitable and sustainable development. In this last session the priorities chosen by the presidency for Argentina will be discussed G20 2018 the future of work, infrastructure development and sustainable food future.
The debate on the future of work will focus on the education system and the need to train people for life and employment in the twenty – first century, while discussions on infrastructure development will be based on the needs of countries roads, bridges, public transport and waterworks grow. Meanwhile, the dialogue on a sustainable food future will focus on mechanisms to achieve a global delivery system more inclusive and efficient food.
Once the meeting which will be held behind closed doors, there will be a press conference by the troika of the G20, composed of the country holding the presidency of the forum, who presided over the previous year and who will preside Next year. The Faurie Foreign Minister of Argentina, Maas, Germany, and Kono, Japan, report on major progress in the meeting.
In addition to the official agenda of the G20, the foreign ministers will use the framework to lead other meetings on bilateral and regional issues.
The Meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs is the third ministerial meeting of the G20 Argentina 2018, after the first two meetings of finance ministers and Central Bank presidents.
The G20 was established in 1999 as a technical meeting of finance ministers and Central Bank presidents. During the economic crisis of 2008, it became what it is today: a key discussion and decision-making space in which top world leaders and major economies participate. Together, members represent 85% of the total crude product, two thirds of the world population and 75% of international trade.