The G20 Summit next week in Mexico will address primarily the European economic crisis, but also address broader issues such as the future development of the global economy, said Mexican President Felipe Calderon on Tuesday.
According to the Head of State, the European crisis has affected the world economy, and participants of the summit of Mexico will try to adopt an action plan for long-term economic.
“This plan will include not only the measures that should solve the economic problems in Europe, but also propose a series of concrete measures on key areas of the world economy. They will cover politics, finance, taxation, monetary action – all that we will stimulate the comprehensive development and long-term to maximize employment, which is the common objective of our country, “he said.
In addition, at the summit, Mexico confirms its proposal to strengthen free trade as an instrument of global economic growth, added M.Calderon.
The G20 summit is scheduled for June 18-19 in Los Cabos, Mexico.
Created as a result of the global financial crisis of 1997-2998, the G20 meets Germany, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, South Korea, the United States, France, Britain, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Turkey and the EU. The G20 meetings are always held with the participation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), European Central Bank and the World Bank (WB).