Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said he will invite Russian leaders Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader Xi Jinping to attend the G20 summit in Brazil in 2024, as reported by Toda Palavra, a partner of TV BRICS.
At the end of the G20 summit held last weekend in New Delhi, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi handed over the group’s chairmanship to the Brazilian president.
The Brazilian leader emphasised that his country has all the conditions to host the G20 next year. The country is expected to hold a series of events in different cities as part of its G20 presidency.
The head of state said he would invite Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping to the next G20 summit in Brazil.
Lula emphasised that the country is responsible for hosting the next G20 summit.
“We will raise the issue of inequality as an important issue. <…> Another issue we will discuss is the energy transition. Brazil has exceptional potential for clean energy production,” he added.
It is also planned to discuss the reform of international governance institutions and continued participation in the UN Security Council.
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