ANTALYA, November 15. /TASS/. Leaders of G20 countries have gathered in the Turkish resort town of Belek (Antalya province) for the key economic event of this year - G20 Summit.
Apart from the traditional economic program the participants will discuss the issue of refugees and counter-terrorism efforts. Turkey put those points in the agenda as the country chairing the summit. Issues related to fighting terrorism and the problem of increasing migration flows from Syria and other Islamic states will be discussed later on Sunday within the working dinner of the G20 leaders. The general position on those issues will be reflected in the final communique.
Reforming of the International Monetary Fund’s policy on debt financing will be one of the key topics of the economic agenda. The plan is also to finalize adoption of the Plan on combatting stripping of tax base and tax evasion. The leaders are also expected to pay much attention to the problem of environmental pollution and global warming.
The first plenary session is devoted to issues related to global economy, attraction of investment, growth strategies and tackling unemployment as well as stimulating economic growth in global and national scale and investment programs.