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On the sec­ond day of the G20 video con­fer­ence, the focus is on cli­mate pol­i­cy. Still-US Pres­i­dent Don­ald is again defend­ing the Unit­ed States’ with­draw­al from the UN agree­ment to reduce glob­al warm­ing. He also said that he was still look­ing for­ward to “a long time” work­ing with the G20. US Pres­i­dent Don­ald used his per­haps last pub­lic appear­ance on a major inter­na­tion­al stage to attack the UN . He described the agree­ment signed by almost all coun­tries world at the G20 video con­fer­ence as “very unfair and one-sided”. The aim was to “kill the Amer­i­can econ­o­my”.

After less than two hours Trump whis­tles on the G20 and goes golf­ing

The Unit­ed States with­drew from the agree­ment under his lead­er­ship in order not to lose “mil­lions of Amer­i­can jobs and tril­lions of dol­lars” to the “worst pol­luters in the world,” Trump said. Even with­out “uni­lat­er­al inter­na­tion­al agree­ments”, his gov­ern­ment has done a lot to pro­tect the . The 2015 agree­ment to reduce glob­al warm­ing was signed by almost all mem­ber states of the Unit­ed Nations, includ­ing all major eco­nom­ic pow­ers. The USA was the only coun­try to get out under Trump.

“It was a great hon­or for me”

In the G20, in which the lead­ing eco­nom­ic pow­ers have come togeth­er, there has been no con­sen­sus on the sub­ject since Trump took office. At the sum­mit host­ed by Sau­di Ara­bia on Sat­ur­day and Sun­day, the focus was once again on fight­ing the coro­na pan­dem­ic. Trump lost the elec­tion on Novem­ber 3rd to the Demo­c­rat Joe and is to be replaced as US Pres­i­dent on Jan­u­ary 20th. There­fore, his appear­ance in the video con­fer­ence was like­ly to be his last at an inter­na­tion­al sum­mit.

The US Pres­i­dent obvi­ous­ly did not want to say good­bye to the oth­er heads of state and gov­ern­ment yet. Accord­ing to a report by the British “Oberserv­er” based on an audio record­ing of Trump’s speech at a closed G20 meet­ing, the Pres­i­dent said: “It has been a great hon­or to work with you and I look for­ward to to work with you again for a long time.”

Sau­di Ara­bia has “great plans”

Biden has already announced that he wants to join the cli­mate agree­ment again. In gen­er­al, he is expect­ed to bring about a turn­around in deal­ing with inter­na­tion­al orga­ni­za­tions and agree­ments, in which Trump was hard­ly inter­est­ed.

“Glob­al effort” Coro­na pan­dem­ic dom­i­nates G20 sum­mit

The host Sau­di Ara­bia called on the G20 for a sus­tain­able cli­mate pol­i­cy. “Pro­tect­ing the plan­et is vital,” said King Salman. The issue has become a pri­or­i­ty in view of emis­sions and a grow­ing world pop­u­la­tion. “We have great plans for renew­ables like wind and solar, which will gen­er­ate 50 per­cent of our coun­try’s elec­tric­i­ty needs by 2030,” he said.

Chi­na’s head of state and par­ty leader Xi Jin­ping reit­er­at­ed his goal, announced in Sep­tem­ber, that Chi­na wants to achieve cli­mate neu­tral­i­ty by 2060. The coun­try will meet its com­mit­ments under the Paris Agree­ment on Cli­mate Change. “Let’s work togeth­er for a clean and beau­ti­ful world,” said Xi. Indi­a’s Prime Min­is­ter Naren­dra Modi said India would not only meet the goals of the Paris Agree­ment, it would exceed them.

Coro­na vac­cine state­ment

At the end of the sum­mit, the G20 want­ed to adopt a joint dec­la­ra­tion. A draft that is avail­able to the Ger­man Press Agency con­tains a clear com­mit­ment to fair and afford­able access to coro­na vac­cines in the world. The rich coun­tries also want to do every­thing they can to get the hard-hit glob­al econ­o­my going again. Trump obvi­ous­ly wants to sup­port the dec­la­ra­tion, although diplo­mats said he once again prop­a­gat­ed his “Amer­i­ca First” course in vac­ci­na­tions at the G20 work­ing ses­sion on Sat­ur­day. The only pos­si­ble obsta­cle to adop­tion were there­fore reser­va­tions on the part of Turkey. Accord­ing to the infor­ma­tion, the lat­ter want­ed to achieve that it is clas­si­fied as a less devel­oped coun­try in terms of cli­mate pro­tec­tion in order to be enti­tled to finan­cial sup­port and less strin­gent emis­sion tar­gets.

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