Moscow is convinced that the outcome of the G20 summit will adopt a Declaration

© RIA Novosti / Ramil to Setdiscoverable in fotoracconti Sherpa in the G20, Deputy head of the Expert Directorate of the President of the Russian Federation Svetlana LukashMoscow is convinced that the outcome of the G20 summit will adopt a Declaration© RIA Novosti / Ramil to Setdiscoverable the image Bank

Russia is confident that the G20 summit will not suffer the fate of the recent APEC summit, the final Declaration will be adopted, told reporters at a briefing Russian Sherpa G20 Svetlana Lukash.

Answering the question of what are the chances to take a consolidated outcome documents, Lukasz said: «We estimate that the final document will be required.»

«The question is, as far as he is ambitious. Either history will repeat Hamburg, when certain issues had to Express the view of most participants and at the same time separately to display different positions. Or all the same we come to a common denominator, but perhaps in a less ambitious form,» said Sherpa.

«The Declaration will, I promise», she said.

As noted in the accompanying materials to the briefing Lukash, the Declaration would sum up the year. Most of the provisions of the document will be based on the results of the work of the sectoral working groups and Ministerial meetings. It is expected that the Declaration should reflect the traditional financial agenda, employment, education, digitalization, investment in infrastructure, food security, gender equality, health, energy, climate, migration, combating corruption and terrorist financing.

As pointed out by Lucas in the agenda, no political themes.

«We have a preliminary description of what is expected to concentrate each of the sessions, there are the issues of the political agenda,» said Lucas.

«But we understand that some of the leaders of such issues, such as migration, is sensitive enough. So either during informal discussions or during other sessions, the number of leaders can raise these issues,» she said.

She also pointed out that the summit is not planned separately to discuss topics of the economic situation of Venezuela. «But to predict what each of the leaders will want to discuss, absolutely futile, because it can be completely different interest raised any questions,» said Lukas.

«But in principle this question (question of the economic condition of Venezuela) does not fit into any of the discussions that are expected at the summit,» she said.

Earlier it was reported that the summit of «Big twenty» will be held in Buenos Aires from 30 November to 1 December. It is expected that the fields will be held, including the meeting of presidents of Russia and USA Vladimir Putin and Donald trump.

The group of twenty (G20) is the Premier forum for discussing global economic and financial cooperation. The G20 brings together the largest developed and developing economies of the world, which accounted for about 85% of world GDP. In 2013, the chairmanship in the G20 carried out by Russia, in 2014 it was replaced by Australia in 2015, this function has been transferred to Turkey. —0-

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