Where G20 Summit 2019 was held?
G20 Is a major action of the top 20 superpower nations working towards power-sharing, economic and political corporations and presenting a new world order. It holds it's an annual meeting which is called the G20 Summit. It is held each year on a particular theme in various top international cities across the world.
The 2019 G20 Osaka summit was the fourteenth gathering of the G20, a discussion of 19 nations and the EU that together speak to the greater part of the world economy. It was hung on 28–29 June 2019 at the International Exhibition Center in Osaka. It was the first G20 highest point to be facilitated by Japan.
The 2019 G20 Summit talked about eight topics to Ensure Global Sustainable Development. The eight subjects were 'Worldwide Economy', 'Exchange and Investment', 'Advancement', 'Condition and Energy', 'Work', 'Ladies' strengthening', 'Improvement' and 'Health'.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China had given an announcement considering the Hong Kong Protests as China's inner undertakings on 24 June. The Chinese government needed to delist the Hong Kong issue from the highest point's plan for the year, to keep away from conceivable political and security showdowns between all G20 leaders (from outside China) and China.
China has taken steps to assault G20 countries suspected of 'unjustly' blaming China. However, Japanese Prime Minister Abe had raised the issue to President Xi not long before the official culmination, while some Hong Kong residents fought in places around the highest point scene. Star autonomy pioneer Chan Ho-tin showed with individuals from Chinese ethnic minorities like Rebiya Kadeer for Hong Kong, just as Xinjiang issues