Indonesia Officially Leads G20, Jokowi Invites World Leaders to Bali 2022

November 03, 2021

President Joko Widodo (second) receives the chairmanship or Presidency of the G20 Summit from Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi (right)

Indonesia will continue the G20 presidency from Italy and will hold the G20 Presidency for the first time in 2022. The handover of the presidency was carried out at the closing session of the G20 Rome Summit which took place in La Nuvola, Rome, Italy, Sunday (31/10/201). Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi symbolically handed a hammer to President Jokowi who then knocked on the hammer. Quoted from, President Jokowi appreciated Italy for successfully holding the G20 Presidency in 2021. "I congratulate Italy for successfully running the G20 Presidency in 2021. Indonesia is honored to continue the G20 Presidency in 2022," said President Jokowi.

Jokowi invites world leaders to Bali 2022 President Jokowi explained that Indonesia's G20 Presidency will encourage joint efforts for world economic recovery with the big theme "Recover Together, Recover Stronger". Inclusive, people-centered, environmentally friendly and sustainable growth is the main commitment of Indonesia's leadership at the G20. “The G20 must be the motor of ecosystem development that drives this collaboration and innovation. This is something we must continue to deepen in our future meetings,” he explained. On that occasion, the President directly invited the world leaders who were present to continue the discussion at the G20 Summit in Indonesia which was planned to be held in Bali on October 30-31 2022. “We will host Your Excellency and Mr. Bali's beautiful beaches, which inspire innovative ideas for future G20 productivity. See you in Indonesia. Thank you," he said. The one-year presidential term, which officially begins on December 1 and ends on November 30, will culminate with the G20 Summit on the island of Bali in October 2022. Also read: At the G20 Summit, Jokowi Says Handling Climate Change Must Go Along With Solving Other Global Issues

Italy G20 Summit Points The High Level Conference (Summit) of countries that are members of the G20 or Group of Twenty has been held in Rome, Italy, from 30-31 October. Indonesia is one of the member countries of the group of countries with a large economy. Therefore, President Joko Widodo accompanied by several cabinet ministers flew to Italy to attend the meeting. The following are a number of things that happened at the G20 Summit related to Indonesia:

 1. Global economy and health In his speech at the first session, 

Jokowi invited all state leaders to prepare a global health architecture to increase resilience to pandemics and other shocks in the future. To make it happen, Jokowi said there are 3 things that must be considered. The first is the development of a global health resource mechanism. This includes funds, vaccines, drugs, medical devices, to health workers. The second is that each country's leaders develop global health protocol standards. Finally, the G20 is expected to be an important part of the solution to address the gap in vaccines, drugs and essential medical equipment. In the economic field, the President encouraged the leaders of the G20 countries to accelerate the global economic recovery. Not only restored, but also stronger, inclusive and sustainable.

2. MSMEs and women Furthermore, at the side event session, 

Jokowi also gave another speech before the leaders of the G20 countries. His speech this time was related to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and businesses owned by women. "Indonesia has more than 65 million MSME units that contribute to 61 percent of the national economy. At the same time, 64 percent of MSME actors in Indonesia are women. MSMEs have also shown high resilience in the midst of a pandemic," Jokowi explained. For this reason, she hopes that the G20 will continue to encourage the strengthening of the role of MSMEs and women through concrete actions.

3. The president's speech on climate change At the G20 Summit, Jokowi 

also expressed Indonesia's desire for the G20 to be an example for other countries and lead the world in addressing climate change as well as managing the environment in real terms through concrete actions. Jokowi gave an example of what Indonesia has achieved in this regard. "Deforestation in Indonesia can be reduced to its lowest point in the last 20 years. Indonesia has rehabilitated 3 million hectares of critical land in 2010-2019," said Jokowi.

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