Brazilian President Lula da Silva Puts Inequality at the Core of G20 Summit.

Brazilian President Lula da Silva Puts Inequality at the Core of G20 Summit.
Brazilian President Lula da Silva Puts Inequality at the Core of G20 Summit.
Brazilian President Lula da Silva Puts Inequality at the Core of G20 Summit.
Brazilian President Lula da Silva Puts Inequality at the Core of G20 Summit.

Brazilian President Lula da Silva Puts Inequality at the Core of G20 Summit.

Brazilian President Lula da Silva Puts Inequality at the Core of G20 Summit.

Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, during a press conference following the conclusion of the G20 Summit in New Delhi, declared that Brazil’s upcoming G20 Presidency would prioritize addressing global inequality. He emphasized the need for balance in various aspects of life, such as gender, race, education, health, poverty, and hunger. Lula da Silva acknowledged the challenges ahead as Brazil prepares to assume the G20 presidency, stressing the significance of this responsibility.

Founding Member’s Perspective on G20.

Lula da Silva, a founding member of the G20, highlighted the importance of this influential forum in demonstrating the significance of a multipolar world. He expressed gratitude to India for hosting the summit exceptionally well and conveyed Brazil’s readiness to host the G20 next year. He mentioned plans to use multiple cities in Brazil for various events. The absence of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping at the summit puzzled him, but he expressed hope for their participation in Brazil.

The Core Issue of Inequality.

Reiterating the central theme of his presidency, Lula da Silva emphasized the pressing issue of global inequality. He noted the stark contrast between those with vast resources and those with very little, emphasizing the need for a more equitable distribution of wealth to alleviate global hunger and poverty. The Brazilian President emphasized the urgency and sensitivity of addressing this issue.

Energy Transition and Biofuels.

In addition to inequality, Lula da Silva pointed out that Brazil would focus on energy transition during its G20 Presidency. Brazil boasts an impressive potential for clean energy production, with nearly 90% of its electrical power being clean. Lula da Silva highlighted Brazil’s expertise in biofuels and its pivotal role in launching the Global Biofuel Alliance alongside India and the US. This alliance aims to promote sustainable biofuel production and use.

Reforming Multilateral Institutions.

Lula da Silva revealed that Brazil would also address the reform of multilateral institutions during its G20 Presidency. Specifically, he highlighted the need for changes in the World Bank and the United Nations Security Council, advocating for developed countries to assume leadership roles in these institutions. He stressed the importance of altering the geopolitical landscape to reflect the realities of 2024, the year when Brazil will host the G20 summit.

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