ABBA “Money money moneyRecalling the world’s richest countries in Rome, AVAAZ, the world’s richest countries reminded that they are still not meeting their commitment to spend at least $100 billion annually to support developing countries in the fight against climate change.
The summit of the Group of Twenty of the 19 largest economies in the world and the European Union begins in the Italian capital on Saturday, and before that, Pope Francis received the Catholic Archbishop of the United States, Joe Biden, in the Vatican. According to the Declaration of the Holy See, their discussions included the coronavirus pandemic, migration, the fight against poverty, and climate change.
After a 75-minute meeting with the Pope, Biden’s Sergio Mattarella also held talks with Italian Head of State and Prime Minister Mario Draghi, followed by a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron to clarify issues related to the American University of Kosovo issue. The US president said he was “embarrassed” to announce an agreement that in the future Australia would buy submarines not from France but from the United States.
The G20 summit will be held this weekend in Rome with the highest security preparedness and a strong police presence.
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