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ANTALYA, November 15. /TASS/. G20 leaders will correct the summit's final statement, Russian Sherpa Svetlana Lukash told reporters on Sunday.
"The leaders will make corrections to the final statement of the summit following the events in Paris," she said. "I believe, the leaders will begin the meeting with offering condolences to families of the victims and the injured, as well as with certain conclusions regarding those events."
At the same time, she said the statement would not offer detailed activities in fighting terrorism.
"It will not contain detailed opinions on countries or extremist groups; it will rather have general approaches to fighting terrorism, shared by all the G20 leaders."
The statement’s separate part will be devoted to refugees. That part will contain general approaches, where the countries have consensus.
"I do not thing the document may offer solutions of the problem - all details are to be discussed by the leaders," she added.
The summit on climate due in Paris on November 30 will take place despite the terror attacks in France, as it is inadmissible to change plans under the pressure from terrorists, Russia's Sherpa at G20 Svetlana Lukash said on Sunday.
"The summit in Paris will take place, and I hope it will be a success," she said. "All countries, at least at the levels of leaders' assistants, say it is inadmissible to change in any way plans and to give in under threats from terrorists."
She preferred not to comment on decisions the summit in Paris could offer.
"Nobody would want to be ahead of the results of the summit in Paris, but the G20 summit will give to the leaders a good opportunity to discuss climate and to present consolidated positions," she said.