In his speech at the G20 Foreign Ministers meeting in Italy, the Foreign Minister said, Felipe Sola, I’m calling “Strengthening cooperation and solidarity To achieve a comprehensive and sustainable recovery after COVID-19.”
In his speech in the Italian city of Matera – declared a World Heritage Site for the rock-cut cave houses that were hit by a stifling heat wave on Tuesday – Sola called on the group’s nations to “Redouble efforts to ensure universal vaccination around the world, and Promote voluntary licensing agreementsthat allow the transfer of knowledge and technologies for vaccine production on all continents.”
In his speeches at Palazzo Lanfranchi, one of the historic buildings of that city in the Basilicata region, in the south of the peninsula, Solá requested that they muster “Necessary financial resources To develop and strengthen critical health infrastructures, particularly in developing countries.”
“We need a consensual global growth plan that includes coordinated monetary and fiscal interventions to avoid an uneven and unbalanced recovery, and whatWe guarantee a future with greater property rightsSola told his peers at the meeting they called in preparation for the G20 Heads of State Summit, which will also take place this year in Italy.
In his speech, Sola added: “We have the opportunity to create a better economy that generates lower carbon emissions, reduces inequality and provides digital access and new technologies for all. The G20 must contribute to this, through concrete and joint political actions.”
on the rise The first face-to-face encounter after a year and a half of the pandemicIt was attended by hundreds of delegations, international organizations and institutions, as well as representatives from Africa, the continent hard hit by poverty and the spread of the virus. Strictly speaking, the summit is dedicated to addressing the health, social and economic consequences of the epidemic on the African continent.