Nineteen leaders for the world's largest economies and one representative of the European Union will meet Friday and Saturday in…
Nineteen leaders for the world’s largest economies and one representative of the European Union will meet Friday and Saturday in Buenos Aires, Argentina as part of the group 20 .
This year, all eyes are on a series of issues, including a high meeting between US President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping and the potential signing of the US-Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA).
The Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman s appearance at the summit is expected to protest against the murder of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi.
Other demonstrations are also expected to lead to the annual meeting.
The couple had expected to meet at the G20 summit.
Trump says he is looking forward to a summit with the Russian president when Ukraine’s situation is resolved.
When Trump left the White House for the G20 summit in Argentina, the US president said he would have been willing to meet Prince Mohammed bin Salman, but no such meeting was established. .
US President Donald Trump said Thursday he was close to doing business with China on trade but is not sure he wants to do it and like where things are now.
When leaving the White House for the G20 summit in Argentina and a meeting with Chinese president Xi Jinping, Trump told reporters that he was open to making a trade agreement.
The Kremlin has announced that it has received confirmation from Washington DC that a meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US counterpart Donald Trump will take place later this weekend’s G20 summit .
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Thursday that the two leaders will hold a “conversation” on Saturday, which will be followed by further negotiations.
The United States had threatened to interrupt ] face-to-face talks due to an ongoing crisis between Russia and Ukraine after the previous attack by three of the later vessels in water near the Crimean Peninsula on Sunday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she would press Russia’s President Vladimir Putin at the weekend’s G20 summit on the country’s ongoing dispute with Ukraine. [1
9659006] The tensions between Kiev and Moscow have increased in the last few days after the latter seized three Ukrainian ships on Sunday in water near the Crimea Peninsula.
When a Ukrainian business summit in Berlin was held on Thursday, Merkel said that the situation could only be resolved through “talks” because there was no military solution.
“I want facts about what we know so far on the table asking that all soldiers be released and also what you do not force confessions we have recently watched television recently,” she said, referring to the appearances of a prisoner of Ukrainians in Russian state television earlier this week.
Russia’s security system for security services released video films on Tuesday by some of the captured Ukrainian sailors admitting that their actions had been deliberately provocative and that they had ignored Russian orders to stop moving through the Russian-controlled Kerch tree.
Kiev claims that the individuals had to be under compulsion and denied that the vessels penetrated Russia’s territorial waters.
Argentina civil society organizations have launched a series of measures scheduled for this week against the G20 summit.
“We reject policies that favor large multinational and imperialist countries, not people or nature’s rights,” said Beverly Keene, spokesman for the Confluenza G20 and IMF Out, which organizes a meeting on Wednesday and Thursday.
The G20 collection aims to provide an open space for discussing ideas for a peaceful and fair future.
An Argentinian judge reviewing a Human Rights Watch (HRW) complaint against Saudi Prince Prince Mohammed bin Salman for his involvement in the war in Yemen asked the Argentinian Foreign Ministry to seek Turkey and the International Criminal Court for information, said the judge’s office to the Reuters news agency.
On Monday, HRW asked the judge to use a war crimes clause in his constitution to investigate any involvement of the crown prince of possible crimes against humanity in Yemen and Jamal Khashoggi’s murder.
Federal Judge Office Ariel Lijo Sa On Wednesday we searched for information about possible open cases relating to the killing of Khashoggi or war crimes in Yemen.
A federal prosecutor’s office working with Judge Lijo on the complaint told Reuters that it still reviewed HRW’s request and
Russian President Vladimir Putin will discuss the murder of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the G20 in Buenos Aires his foreign policy advisor Yuri Ushakov said Wednesday.
“Of course, they will talk about this subject,” said Ushakov, referring to the Khashoggi’s murder.
But he said that the “main objective” of the meeting will be the “development” of Russia-Saudi Arabian relations.
Earlier on Wednesday, Putin praised the top OPEC oil exporter Saudi Arabia and Prince Mohammed personally for his role in agreeing to “balance supply and demand” in the crude production.
“This is the first time in this organization’s history (OPEC) that we succeeded 100 percent in this,” Putin told investors in Moscow.
“I have to admit that this largely depends on Saudi Arabia’s position . It is mainly down to Saudi Arabia and the Crown Prince, says the Russian leader.
In a report by the G20 members in Buenos Aires, the IMF said
US President Donald Trump has threatened to introduce tariffs on cars as part of his aggressive trading strategy aimed at retaining US jobs.
He has slaughtered half of US imports from China with steep penalties imposed on Beijing.
Emerging market economies, especially China and the euro area, are already seeing their economies slowly, while a “no-deal Brexit may further Lagarde said in a blog post that followed the report.”
Lagarde warned of the upcoming G20 collection as “the global economy is facing a critical moment. “
” We have had a good stretch of solid growth through historical standards, but now we face a period of significant risks and darker clouds resolve, “she says.
“Increasing trade barriers are ultimately self-assessing for all involved. Thus it is imperative that all countries eliminate new barriers to trade while turning the most recent rates,” she stressed.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman landed in Buenos Aires for the G20 Summit, according to Argentine television news.
His arrival comes among international furore over the Khashoggi assassination and a request from Human Rights Watch that Argentina investigates him for war crimes in Yemen.
All eyes will be on Prince Mohammed, especially over the killing of Khashoggi. It has claimed that he ordered the killing that occurred within the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last month. There will be leaders who do not want to catch a grip on the situation with MBS.
It is an image opportunity that can cause serious ripples, even disgust and have concrete consequences at home by appearing to free or legitimize the man. The US intelligence service stopped ordering the killing.
It will not be a problem for US President Donald Trump, who took bipartisan ire at the US Congress to effectively give the prince a free passport in the name of “America First”, based on the president’s highly exaggerated allegations of Saudi military contracts and investments in the United States.
It may well be that Trump will go out of his way to embrace the de facto Saudi leader when other debris go away, treat him as a pariah.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has held international pressure on Saudi Arabia, is also expected to attend. The Crown Prince has requested a meeting with Erdogan at the summit of Ankara.
Earlier this day, the Reuters news agency reported that Prince Mohammad left Tunisia for Argentina to attend the G20 Summit where all eyes will be on world leaders response to the man accused to order the Khashoggi assassination.
The Prince left Tunisia early Wednesday, Reuters told Al-Arabiy’s website as said.
The Crown Prince’s G20 presence is a bold effort to force the issue of world leaders to work with Saudi Arabia, says analysts. Riyadh also indicates with his appearance in Buenos Aires that Prince Mohammed is back in the saddle and the worst of the controversy is over.