Saudi Arabia to Host Virtual G20 Summit in November


Saudi Arabia to Host Virtual G20 Summit in November

The G20 summit will be held virtually every year under the chairmanship of Saudi Arabia. The summit, which was scheduled to be held in Riyadh, was decided to be held online in the event of a Covid threat. It will be held on November 21 and 22 under the chairmanship of King Salman of Saudi Arabia.

The Saudi summit, which is chairing the summit, said it had decided to hold this year’s conference of the G20, a grouping of 20 countries, including the European Union, the United States, Saudi Arabia and India, online in the context of Covid. More than 100 affiliated meetings have already taken place ahead of the summit. The summit is titled ‘Utilizing the Opportunities of the 21st Century’.

The Riyadh Summit will focus on the protection of human life, the survival of contagious diseases, ways to deal with the vulnerabilities felt during the Covid outbreak, and the formulation of long-term planning. The summit will discuss issues that will enable everyone to take advantage of the opportunities of the 21st century, enable innovation to create new horizons that can save the planet.