The G20 summit begins to leave clues of what will be discussed this weekend in Buenos Aires, with statements such as those offered on Wednesday by the UN Secretary General, António Guterres, in which he indicated that he will ask each leader present for an adjustment of measures to be made to be more ambitious in terms of climate change.
Cataloging this as a "fair globalization", Guterres made the announcement in the middle of his departure to Buenos Aires this same day, with time to indicate that the world is facing a complicated change before the "confidence crisis" that exists in the present.
"Those left behind by globalization are losing confidence in governments and institutions, inequality is widespread and growing ... Trade disputes are increasing and a current of geopolitical tensions is adding more pressure to the global economy," the diplomat said.
These statements collected by EFE, also left an analysis made by Guterres in which he clarifies that using economy as an excuse is somewhat absurd, since instead of not attacking climate change to have a prosperous economy, it is wiser to combat it to avoid disasters that generate the decline, precisely, of the economy of each affected country.
With the trip pending to Poland to participate in the next UN climate summit (COP24), the UN leader announced that he will use "the same message for the two meetings: in a moment of diminishing global confidence, our world needs more global leadership ... economic growth, reduced inequality and limiting carbon emissions are possible and compatible things."
In addition to the meeting of the 20 most developed economies and those in the process of in the world, a meeting between Trump and Putin, leaders of the United States and Russia respectively, is also expected. Trump himself, who is already in Argentina, said he does not know if he will have such a meeting, but he referred to the violent acts with the Ukrainian ships in the Strait of Kerch (which links the Black and Azov seas), indicating that he does not agree. The Kremlin on the other hand announced that this meeting would be given, even indicating the date, which will be on December 1.