The activity will begin at 6.30am in Argentina, with a half-hour parallel meeting of leaders on the role of the private sector in the fight against climate change.
From 7.05 to 9.10 the second plenary session will be held on the occasion of the G20 Leaders Summit on “Climate Change and the Environment”.
Later, Fernandez He will have a bilateral meeting at 8.30 for 20 minutes with Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, between 9.10 and 9.30 another with the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Grybrisops, and at 9.30 over 20 minutes with the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau.
After the plenary session in which the Argentine President will participate, the closing session will take place between 11:40 AM and 11:50 AM; While at 12:20 a press conference will be held for the G20 presidency.
Fernandez and his entourage will leave at 3:00 pm for the Scottish city of Glasgow, UK, where they will arrive three hours and 20 minutes later, to participate on Monday and Tuesday in the 26th United Nations Conference on Climate Change.
The President is accompanied by First Lady Fabiola Yanez, Minister of Foreign Relations, International Trade and Worship, Santiago Cafiero. Economics, Martin Guzman; Agriculture, Livestock, and Hunting, Julián Domínguez; Environment, Juan Cabandié; Argentine Ambassador to the United States and Sherpa to the G20, Jorge Arguelo.
The delegation was supplemented by the Secretary for International Economic Relations, Cecilia Todesca Pocco; Presidential Spokesperson, Gabriella Cerruti; the General Secretaries of the Presidency of the Republic, Julio Vitubello and Strategic Affairs, Gustavo Pelez; and Chief Counsel Juan Manuel Olmos. Presidential Adviser Cecilia Nicolini and Under Secretary of Communications and Press Marcelo Martin.