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by Antonella Alba
01 December 2020 "Today, 1 December, the Italian presidency of the G20 officially begins. We are called to respond to the great global challenges that await us. And to build the world of tomorrow today, to deliver in the hands of our children a
better planet # G20Italy ".
Premier Giuseppe Conte announces it on Twitter.
The video launches the G20 and the logo of the event with the summit of leaders which will take place on October 30 and 31 in Rome, "in the Eternal City, the capital of Italy, where we will reap the fruits of our commitment".
And most of all hopefully, after the coronavirus pandemic is over.
Today, 1 December, the Italian presidency of the G20 officially begins.
We are called to respond to the great global challenges that await us.
And to build the world of tomorrow today, to deliver a better Planet into the hands of our children # G20Italy pic.twitter.com/xqIVaw30RS
- Giuseppe Conte (@GiuseppeConteIT) December 1, 2020
In the video in front of the Colosseum and in front of the beauties of our country, the Premier refers to 3 of the famous
'5P' of the 2030 Climate Agenda coordinated by the United Nations
: "People, Planet, Prosperity "he says will be" the three pillars of the Italian presidency of the G20, which will guide us to the final summit of the leader in October ".
And again it refers to the project born in New York in 2015, "We will work for a more equitable and just economic recovery, to fight old and new inequalities", says Conte.
And among the topics it lists:
empowerment of women, energy transition, fight against climate change, digitization, strengthening of the global trading system
according to transparency and inclusiveness.
Then the endorsment to our country "Italy will be able to field all its commitment, its openness to dialogue, showing its beauties, its history, its ability to plan the future. We will do it by trying to leave us behind all together the terrible pandemic that is causing so much suffering in every part of the world ", said the premier.
"We will focus on the empowerment of women, we will encourage the adoption of policies to accelerate the energy transition and fight climate change, to leave a greener and more sustainable world to those who come after us", she continues.
"We will strengthen our collaboration, to seize the immense opportunities that digitization offers us, to make it a tool accessible to all. We will join our efforts to strengthen the global trading system according to the principles of transparency and inclusiveness. We will do all this with an open and participatory ", concluded the premier.