The G20 summit prioritizes measures against the food and climate crisis


The G20which is attended by the main economies of the world, has shown “deeply concerned” by the global food crisis, according to a draft of the final joint declaration from the summit in Indonesia. world food security It has been seen “exacerbated by current conflicts and tensionshave indicated the members of the G20, who have called for the use of “all available tools” to fight the crisis and “protect the most vulnerable from hunger.”

In this way, Member States, including Russia, have promised to “take measures to promote food and energy security and support the stability of the markets, providing temporary and specific support”, according to the document to which the dpa agency has had access. “We will adopt new coordinated measures to face the challenges of food security, including price increases and the global shortage of food products and fertilizers”.

The war in Ukrainetriggered on February 24 by the invasion order given by the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, has had a severe impact on world food markets, as both kyiv and Moscow are considered two major global grain exporters. The world’s major economies have also proposed encourage climate protection effortsas well as the financing channels to carry out policies in this area.

The signatory countries “welcome” the enlargement and new actions on the climate. They also ask all parties to “urgently increase” the reduction of emissions, the adaptation to the consequences of climate change, as well as the “means of implementation”. In turn, the group has urged “advancement” in negotiations on reparations for damage caused by climate change in poor regions, a controversial issue that also heads the agenda of the COP27 climate summit being held in Egypt. .

The objective of limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius per year as agreed in the pact of paris “It requires significant and effective action and the commitment of all countries.” “We remind and urge developed countries to meet their commitments to jointly mobilize $100 billion a year urgently by 2020 and through 2025 in the context of meaningful mitigation action and transparent implementation,” added the group in the draft statement.


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