The final declaration, which was adopted by G20 leaders on Saturday, includes a total of 31 items plus an appendix with a list of documents approved by the nations’ cabinet ministers and working groups.
“We emphasize the importance of shared actions to address the root causes of displacement and to respond to growing humanitarian needs,” they emphasized.
Referring to the 2018 G20 Annual International Migration and Displacement Trends and Policies Report, the G20 leaders pledged to “consider continuing the dialogue on the issue under the next presidency.”Another item of the declaration is devoted to the Paris Agreement on climate change. The signatories of the document confirmed that it is irreversible and pledged to ensure its full implementation.
In particular, they indicated their intent to continue “to tackle climate change, while promoting sustainable development and economic growth.”