Merkel drew attention to the fair distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine in the world

German Chancellor Merkel drew attention to the fair distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine in the world

Merkel drew attention to the fair distribution of the Kovid-19 vaccine in the world

Drawing attention to the fair distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine in the world, Merkel emphasized that not only Europe but all countries should benefit from the potential vaccine.

German Chancellor Merkel: there is a desire to learn from the epidemic and make the economy more sustainable

Stating that the Covid-19 epidemic has made governments more conscious about the economy, German Chancellor Merkel said, “There is a desire to take lessons from the epidemic and make the economy more sustainable.” said.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz held a press conference at the Prime Ministry after the online G-20 Summit, chaired by Saudi Arabia.

Stating that the G20 Summit “contributes to multilateral cooperation”, Merkel said that at the summit, they made decisions on global health, fight against poverty, economy and climate change, especially combating the Covid-19 outbreak.

Stating that they support the proposals of Charles Michel, President of the European Union (EU) Council, for a global agreement to combat future epidemics, Merkel said, “Fortunately, there is now hope for the vaccine.” said.

Drawing attention to the fair distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine in the world, Merkel emphasized that not only Europe but all countries should benefit from the potential vaccine.

Emphasizing global cooperation against the Covid-19 epidemic, Merkel expressed that he was worried about the lack of negotiations with potential vaccine producing companies to provide vaccines to developed countries.

Turkey G20 to “climate diplomacy”

German Chancellor Merkel stated that the lack of funding of ACT Accelerator, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) global vaccine and treatment program against the epidemic, continued.

Merkel explained that the Covid-19 outbreak made governments more conscious that economies should grow “sustainable” rather than “at the expense of environmental degradation”, “There is a desire to learn from the epidemic and make the economy more sustainable.” he spoke.

Stating that they discussed the climate issue very intensively at the G20 Summit, Merkel stated that all states except the USA made a commitment to follow the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement in the G20.

Merkel said, “As Europe, we will work to fulfill our target commitments on climate.” said.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a journalist, “Were there difficulties in negotiations at the G20 Summit?” To the question, “Contribution of who had the nuance differences about whether what gave more importance. However, we agreed on the declaration. I had a small problem in the context of the protection of Turkey and the climate. But this we know from previous summits. Because Turkey is the place feels unfairly treated in the Paris Climate Convention. There were no great difficulties. ” gave the answer.

Despite being a developing country, Turkey Paris Climate Convention, counted among the developed countries of the Convention on Climate Change was placed in Annex-1 list.

Turkey did not accept it, the financial support needed to tackle climate change would continue their initiatives in order to be eligible.

It considered as developed countries under the climate system in Turkey, an important greenhouse gas reduction potential of found that although energy primarily to assess this potential intensive industries, including important infrastructure, innovation and R & D investment and thus finance and is said to be in need of access to technology support.

“I do not expect a permanent crisis in the world economy”

German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz, on the other hand, stated that the G20 agreed to relieve their debts so that underdeveloped countries could fight against Covid-19 better, “From now on, 77 countries will not pay interest.” said.

Stating that he does not expect a permanent crisis in the world economy due to the negative impact of Covid-19, Scholz said that if the vaccine against Covid-19 can be developed and distributed fairly, the difficulties in the global economy will not last long.

Scholz added that in Germany, state prime ministers will decide whether to extend the existing restrictions, which started in November to prevent the spread of Covid-19, on November 25.

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