President of Argentina said a few words about the end of the third meeting of finance ministers and central bank presidents of the group. He asked to continue working together “to generate more inclusive growth.
President of Argentina, Mauricio Macri, offered a few words to the authorities who participated in the third meeting of finance ministers and presidents of central banks of the G20.
“The G20 is much more than a summit of leaders: it is a gradual process of dialogue and pluralistic global negotiation. Conversations that take place in this forum have an impact on each of the citizens of our countries , “Bush said on closing the two – day meeting at the Convention and Exhibition Center (CEC) of the city of Buenos Aires.
Before the 57 heads of delegation, including ministers, presidents of monetary authorities and heads of international organizations, Macri asked to work together “to generate more inclusive growth”.
In this regard, he highlighted the progress in the pre Leaders Summit reunions because “allow build trust, forge links between officials and develop agendas of multilateral cooperation.” Looking ahead to the appointment of presidents to be held on 30 November and 1 December in Buenos Aires, called for a concise statement, written in clear language, to “reach those men and women who get up every morning to stimulate “the economy.
The President also took the opportunity to thank the international support for Argentina and encouraged heads of delegations to continue to generate concrete results that reflect the “efficiency and relevance of the G20 for the world”.
After his speech at the meeting, the President held a series of bilateral meetings with some of the foreign ministers. From 3.30pm he talked separately with Minister of Treasury and Finance of Chile, Felipe Larrain; Economy Minister of France, Bruno Le Maire, and United States Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin. On Friday, before the start of the ministerial, Macri had received Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, at the presidential residence.