Argentina's capital Buenos Aires has declared Friday a public holiday as the G20 Summit organisers tighten security measures for the leaders’ meeting.
Police and Argentine National Gendarmerie (GNA) forces have been deployed to the most central point of Buenos Aires; and security fences have been installed to protect the path of the official motorcade.
With the shutdown of the city’s public... Еще transport, bus stops and metro stations have also been left completely deserted.
It is the first time the G20 is being held in South America, with Argentina being the first country to
The Group of 20 Summit sees governments and representatives of the world's 19 major economies as well as top representatives of the European Union meet and discuss strategies for fiscal policy and international financial stability.