G20 leaders reaffirm full support for FATF's efforts to combat money laundering, terrorist financing
Pakistan was placed on the grey list by the FATF in June, 2018 and was given a plan of action to complete it by October, 2019.
At Biden-convened summit, PM Narendra Modi underlines trusted source, transparency, time-frame for improving supply chains
Asserting that It is necessary that our supply should be from trusted sources, PM Narendra Modi said this is also important for shared security.
Sherpa Piyush Goyal said India and many other developing countries pushed for safeguarding the interest of the developing world.
In the Rome Declaration on Sunday, the G20 leaders thanked healthcare and frontline workers, international organisations and scientists for their relentless efforts to cope with the deadly COVID
Noting that energy and climate were the centre of the discussions at the G-20, Goyal said India and many other developing countries pushed for safeguarding the interest of the developing world.
Prime Minister Modi had told G20 leaders on Saturday, October 30, 2021, that India is ready to produce over 5 billion Covid vaccine doses by the end of next year.
The G-20 reaffirmed past commitments to mobilize $100 billion annually to help poorer countries cope with climate change, and committed to scaling up financing for helping them adapt.
Italy has been holding the presidency of the G20 since December last year.
The U.S. does not openly contest China’s claim to Taiwan, but is committed by law to ensure the island can defend itself and to treat all threats toward it as matters of grave concern.
Jennifer Morgan, Executive Director of Greenpeace International, said that the G20 Summit's communique was "weak and lacked ambition and vision".
The Group of 20 leaders agreed to end public financing for coal-fired power generation abroad, but set no target for phasing out coal domestically.
On the G20 agenda is ‘Sustainable Development’ and ‘Climate Change and the Environment’.
The two leaders had 'productive discussions' on the strategic bilateral ties and on a range of issues of mutual and global interests.
“From Rome to Glasgow, your solutions are the problem,” the banners of the few dozen protesters read.
Modi made the invitation Saturday during an unusually long, 55-minute audience with Francis at the Vatican. Modi is in Rome for the Group of 20 summit.