Big talks ahead of G20, Argentina.
The G20 summit 2018 which begins on Friday, 30th which will be held in Argentina Capital Buenos Aires, there have been lots of talks storming the net, such would be the case of crown prince Muhammed bin Salman and many more.
The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mouhammed bin Salman, is said to have arrived Buenos Aires, Argentina, however, there have been speculations that the crown prince may not be warmly welcomed this is a result of the Jamal Khashoggi’s murder case, which has evolved around the crown prince, has been the brain behind his murder.
Aljazeera News reported that the on Monday, Human Rights Watch asked Argentina to use a war crimes clause in its constitution to investigate any involvement by the crown prince in possible crimes against humanity in Yemen and Khashoggi’s murder. the killing of Khashoggi has distanced Saudi Arabia’s ties with the West and stained Prince Mohammed’s image abroad.
However, it has been reported that the crown has no link to the murder of the journalist, protesters met the prince on his arrival at Buenos Aires, with stoning words claiming the prince to be a murderer.
As reported by Aljazeera News, there will likely be leaders who would not want to be seen shaking hands with the Saudi prince.
President Putin Wish To Meet President Trump At G20
Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday he hoped to meet US President Donald Trump at the G20 summit in Argentina later this week and talk about trade barriers.
However, it is still not certain if President Trump would meet with President Putin, as on Tuesday Trump said, he might cancel the meeting due to Russia’s seizure of three Ukrainian naval ships at the weekend.
“I hope I can talk to Trump in Argentina,” Putin told a financial forum in Moscow on Wednesday. “I hope we can discuss trade barriers. Trump, in general, has a positive attitude.” Reuters News.
Leave City, Argentinian Government Urges Citizens Ahead Of G20
while Argentina may get really hot over the G20 summit, the Argentinian government has urged citizens to leave capital city Buenos Aires as it prepares to shut down ahead Friday’s G20 summit.
Friday has even been declared a public holiday in the hope that residents will take the hint and leave the city until the G20 summit is over. President Mauricio Macri has suggested it would be best not to remain in the locked-down city. Newsweek.
Security minister Patricia Bullrich added, “We recommend you use the long weekend to leave… Leave on Thursday because the city’s going to get very complicated.”
“There will be lots of no-go zones because the security measures will be very strong, and we’re going to take immediate decisions if there’s any violence because we’re not going to allow it,” Bullrich explained.
The City would welcome 20 world’s largest economies, with 33 anti-G20 protests and other events planned to greet them. The Guardian reported.