Chairman of the CBRT Kavcıoğlu attended the meeting of G20 Countries Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Author iDealData

© Reuters CBRT Governor Kavcıoğlu attended the G20 Countries Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting

Chairman of the CBRT Şahap Kavcıoğlu attended the online meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors of G20 Countries.

Kavcıoğlu made a statement on his Twitter account as follows:

Today, we came together with the Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors of the G20 countries in a virtual environment. At the meeting, we evaluated the updates in the Kovid-19 Action Plan and exchanged ideas about global economic and financial developments.

At the meeting, as the Central Bank, we shared our views on many important issues such as updating the G20 Action Plan, strengthening economies, sustainable financing, financial regulations and climate change.

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