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STRELNA, September 5 (Itar-Tass) - The final documents of the St. Petersburg G20 summit have been 99.9% finalized, Russian Sherpa in the Group of Twenty, head of the Russian presidential expert department Kseniya Yudaeva said at a briefing.
“The final documents have been 99.9% finalized. We’ve managed to do more than had been planned,” she said, explaining that the country agreed to take on additional responsibilities.
Yudaeva stated that the final document of the summit is the leaders’ declaration and annexes to it.
According to Yudaeva, on Thursday the G20 leaders will hold an intense discussion on the situation in the global economy, financial reform, taxes and the global financial architecture.