Poland wants to replace Russia in the G20 group

The Polish media “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna” reports that Poland may replace Russia in the G20 Group. The daily writes that the Minister of Development, Piotr Nowak, flew to Washington to discuss this matter.

Poland in the G20?

Piotr Nowak is to present the idea of ​​throwing Russia out of the G20 group, and Poland would take its place. It is worth recalling that the it is a group that brings together the richest economies in the world.

It is an informal group that was established in 1999. It is a forum for dialogue on key issues for the global economy. It is currently made up of 19 countries and the European Union.

G20 member states represent 2/3 of the world’s population and are responsible for around 85% of the world’s populatio,global GDP and 75 percent trade turnover.

In Washington discussing Ukraine

The Minister of Development Piotr Nowak will also hold talks on funds for Ukraine and Poland. The European Union has recently declared that the aid will reach 1 billion EUR, and in the next stage, the European Commission may unlock 6 billion EUR for Poland under the Reconstruction Fund.

Also because that many refugees from Ukraine comes to Poland to get help and support in many ways.

Source: Dziennik Gazeta Prawna Photo: g20.org

 

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