Lukasz: the G20 leaders will make adjustments to the final session of the summit


ANTALYA, November 15. Leaders “the twenty” will make adjustments to the final session of the summit. This was reported to journalists by the Russian Sherpa Svetlana Lukash.

“Leaders will make adjustments to the final session of the summit because of the events in Paris,” she said. “I’m sure that the leaders will begin the session with condolences to the families of those killed and injured, and with definite conclusions based on these events,” added Lukash.

At the same time, Lukash urged not to wait in the application of concrete steps in the fight against terrorism. “There will be specific views on countries or extremist groups; rather, there will be common approaches to the fight against terrorism, for which joint and several leaders of the “twenty”.

Lukash also noted that a separate part will be devoted . In this part also highlights the common approaches, for which there was consensus. “I don’t think at the document level you can see the solution is exactly all this will be discussed by the leaders,” she said.

The climate summit in Paris will take place despite the attacks

Svetlana Lukash also said that the climate summit, to be held in Paris on 30 November, will take place despite the terrorist attacks in France, because it is unacceptable to change plans under the pressure of terrorists.

“The summit will be held in Paris and hope that it will be successful,” she said. “All countries, at least at the level of assistant leaders consider unacceptable any way to change their plans and to succumb to terrorist threats,” she said.

Lucas chose not to give evaluations to those solutions that can be developed at the summit in Paris. “No one wants to prejudge the outcome of Paris, but the summit gives the leaders a good opportunity to discuss climate issues and develop a consolidated position,” she said.

THE TERRORIST ATTACKS IN FRANCE

A series of terrorist attacks occurred on Friday evening in Paris and the Metropolitan suburb of Saint-Denis at the Stade de France, which hosted the football match between France and Germany, in the concert hall Bataclan. According to recent reports, the attack made eight terrorists, seven of whom blew themselves up using a belt with explosives. Another was killed by police. In connection with the incident, President Francois Hollande announced the introduction in the country of state of emergency and the introduction of intensified control of crossing the state borders. He later stated that the responsibility for the attack bears the terrorist group “Islamic state” (banned in Russia).

According to the latest data, the victims of the tragedy were about 130 people, 352 wounded, of whom 99 are in critical condition.

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