Chairmanship in G-20 passed to Brazil

At the final meeting of the summit, India Prime Minister Narendra Modi handed over the symbolic hammer of the chairman of Brazilian to Luisa Inasiu Lule da Silver. Thus, the chairmanship in the G20 passed to Brazil.

The chairmanship in the G20, which Brazil will accept from December 1, will go to South Africa in 2025 and to the USA in 2026.

During its chairmanship in 2024, Brazil will pay paramount attention to the problems of poverty, sustainable development, reform of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Global Institutes of the UN Security Council (SB UN).

– Modya offers to hold an online summit

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his final word proposed organizing a leading summit in November online.

– Bayden praised the summit

US President Joe Biden, left India and went to Vietnam. In his note on the social network, X gave an assessment of the completed summit.

“At a time when the global economy suffers from shocks such as a climatic crisis, instability and conflicts, the G20 summit has proved that it can still offer solutions to our most pressing problems,” Baiden noted.