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Hamburg Court Bans Holding New Protest Action Ahead of G20 Summit

Hamburg Court Bans Holding New Protest Action Ahead of G20 Summit

Her remarks were published on the eve of a bilateral meeting with President Trump, and as she prepares to host world leaders for a G20 summit in Hamburg on Friday and Saturday.

Regarding two of the key issues that will be discussed at the G-20 summit - trade and climate change - the results are even more emphatic against the policies of Trump, with even those in the USA being firmly opposed to the positions of their own leader.

Before meeting with his counterparts, President Trump has called on numerous global leaders with regard to disputed issues.

In the most anticipated moment of the G20, Trump will meet Putin, the ex-KGB agent accused of having aided, with hackers and fake news, the surprise rise of the property tycoon into the White House.

"We know the positions of the United States government and I do not expect them to disappear on a two-day trip to Hamburg", the chancellor said.

Malcolm Turnbull, Donald Trump and other world leaders will be given a "Welcome to Hell" when they attend the G20 summit in Hamburg. -China relations, and Xi hopes Trump will appropriately handle Taiwan-related issues according to the "One China" principle.

He seeks to expand pragmatic cooperation in various fields, promote the docking of development strategies, and lead comprehensive China-Russia and China-Germany strategic partnerships at a new starting point to achieve greater development.

And World Bank President Jim Yong Kim told Handelsblatt he agreed with Ms Merkel on climate change, saying: "We can not wait".

She said Trump is at odds with other global leaders on some issues, perhaps most notably in pulling the United States out of the 2015 Paris worldwide agreement to curb greenhouse gas emissions in the coming years.

Since 1979, the United States has recognized China's official position that Taiwan is part of China.

"That increased collaboration in the fight against terrorism is going to be very important".

"According to the usual practice, BRICS leaders will hold an informal meeting ahead of the G-20 summit in Hamburg,"Sputnik quoted Li Baodong, China's Vice Foreign Minister".

On Tuesday, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said that over 8,000 left-wing extremists may gather for the upcoming G20 summit in Hamburg to stage anti-capitalism protests.