It is expected that the heads of various departments of the Summit participating countries will discuss the problems of attracting private investment and ensuring the economically active population with workplaces, as well as the state of world trade and energy issues.
The G20 summit continues its activities, which takes place these days in St. Petersburg. Today, the heads of the participating countries have planned many working meetings, as well as other events. The second day of the Great Twenth Summit in the northern capital of Russia began his work. According to the plan today, the discussion of such important topics in the field of politics and economics as attracting investments, providing the population with workplaces, modern problems of domestic and foreign trade, as well as issues in the field of energy. The meeting of the leaders of the countries of the big twenty began at about 13.00 Moscow time, although it was originally planned to start his work in 12.00 hours. The meeting discussed issues of attracting new private investments, issues of creating jobs, acute problems in world trade and much more. Before the meeting, the heads of state met with members of various trade unions and representatives of various business organizations. After the meeting, all participants in this meeting were photographed as a keepsake. It was assumed that the summit would wear a socio-economic orientation and problems will be discussed primarily with the sphere of finance. However, the “hot” Syrian question has repeatedly surfaced as part of the second working day. In the morning, the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov and the leaders of the ministries of the countries participating in the summit discussed the Syrian conflict for lunch. As previously reported in the media, this lunch was attended by the assistant to the President of the National Security of the USA-Suzan Rice and the UN special representative and Lag LAGAR Brahimi, who will look for ways to settle the acute issue. Recall that military intervention is supported by countries such as France, Denmark, Croatia, Romania, Greece, Latvia and Cyprus.