MANGUPURA, BALIPOST.com – Finance Minister (Menkeu) and Central Bank Governor started the third G20 Finance Line Meeting 2022 (3rd Meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors/FMCBG) of the Indonesian Presidency in Nusa Dua, Badung, Friday (15/7). The third round of FMCBG meetings during Indonesia’s G20 Presidency brought together the largest number of foreign delegates physically during the period of Indonesia’s G20 Presidency.
Quoted by the Antara news agency, in total, no less than 407 foreign delegates were physically present in Bali and 120 delegates were present virtually. In addition, 19 finance ministers and 11 central bank governors were physically present.
In detail, the 19 finance ministers came from South Africa, the United States, Saudi Arabia, Australia, India, Indonesia, Italy, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Canada, France, Russia, Turkey, European Union, Netherlands, Senegal. , Switzerland and Ukraine.
Meanwhile, the 11 central bank governors who were physically present came from South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Australia, the Netherlands, India, Indonesia, England, Japan, from Germany, South Korea and France.
The meeting aims to encourage the global economy to achieve a stronger joint recovery amid growing challenges that are increasingly emerging. “The G20 must go further, taking concrete steps based on the spirit of cooperation, collaboration and consensus, to overcome global challenges,” Indonesian Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said at the opening. of the 3rd FMCBG.
The Indonesian G20 Presidency has again invited the Minister of Finance of Ukraine to be present virtually on this occasion.
Sri Mulyani said the physical presence of the majority of delegations from G20 countries, guest countries and international organizations in Bali showed their seriousness and overall commitment to support Indonesia’s G20 Presidency. It also encourages sustainable economic recovery, especially amid growing global challenges.
At this meeting, delegates will discuss seven priority and legacy agendas on the financial pathway, the global economy and its risks, global health issues, and the international financial architecture. The next priority agenda concerns financial sector issues, sustainable finance, infrastructure development and international taxation. (km/balipost)
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