Foreign Minister Felipe Sola reaffirmed the need to redouble efforts to guarantee mass vaccination throughout the world and promote voluntary license agreements that allow the transfer of knowledge and technologies necessary to produce vaccines on all continents.
He also called for mobilizing the financial resources necessary to develop and strengthen critical health infrastructures, especially in developing countries.
Sola described the preparation and response to health emergencies as essential, based on solidarity and international cooperation to prevent future epidemics from turning into new catastrophes.
During his speech at the Summit, the Argentinean foreign minister advocated for a consensual global growth plan that includes coordinated monetary and fiscal interventions to prevent an uneven and unbalanced recovery, and to guarantee a future with greater equity.
‘We have the opportunity to create a better economy, one that generates less carbon, less inequality, and that provides digital access and new technologies for all. The G20 must contribute to this, through concrete and shared political actions,’ he said.