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−1 to the Rome Summit: The Media Programme

October 29, 2021

Less than 24 hours to go before the beginning of the G20 Summit to be held on 30-31 October in Rome. The city is ready to host the Heads of State and Government of the world’s major economies, together with representatives of important international and regional organizations.

The event will take place at La Nuvola Convention Center, located in the EUR district and internationally recognized as a fine example of contemporary aesthetics.

The agenda is packed with working sessions devoted to multiple topics at the centre of the international debate.

Here is the media programme:

Saturday 30 October

La Nuvola
10:00 Official welcome and handshake – photo opportunity/pool
11:30 Family photo – photo opportunity/pool
11:45 Tour de table – photo opportunity/pool
11:45 Session 1: "Global Economy and Global Health"
15:00 Leaders' Side-Event on "Supporting SMEs and Women-Owned Businesses to Build Forward Better"/Speaker: Her Majesty Queen Maxima of the Netherlands
Terme di Diocleziano
19:00 Cultural event: outdoor photo opportunit/only officials

Sunday 31 October

Historic Centre of Rome
9:00 Promenade – photo opportunity/restricted pool
La Nuvola
10:30 Leaders' Side-Event on the Role of the Private Sector in the Fight Againt Climate Change/Speaker: His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales
11:05 Session II: "Climate Change and Environment"
13:50 Session III: "Sustainable Development"
15:40 Closing Session
La Nuvola auditorium
Approx. 16:15 Press Conference of the Italian Presidency
Following National Press Conferences of the Other Delegations

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Source: Official website of the Italy's G20 Presidency


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