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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - Italy in the G8
    statements one on the diplomatic hostages and the other on hi jackings A communiqué criticising the Soviet troops occupation of Afghanistan was also approved 2 nd Summit 8 10 June 1987 in Venice G7 Prime Minister Amintore Fanfani The agenda was broadened at the second Venice Summit held in 1987 In addition to the traditional economic and regional security issues topics such as the AIDS pandemic countering the proliferation of drugs East West relations the Iran Iraq war and international terrorism were addressed 3 rd Summit 8 10 July 1994 in Naples G7 Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi The third Italian Summit was held in Naples in 1994 and was attended for the first time by the Russian Federation with President Yeltsin taking part in the capacity of observer The topics addressed were largely economic such as employment growth trade and development Environment related issues nuclear safety the former Soviet bloc countries transition to democracy and the joint war on organised crime and money laundering were also discussed 4 th Summit 20 22 July 2001 in Genoa Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi The fourth Italian Summit was held in Genoa in 2001 and it was the first time that Italy hosted the G8 in its new enlarged form taking in Russia which had joined the leaders group as a full fledged member back in 1997 On the second day of the summit the eight leaders issued a joint statement voicing sorrow at the death of a young demonstrator and firmly deploring the violence that had broken out during the protests staged against it The topics discussed and cited in the final statement comprised the reduction of poverty and the developing countries debt regional security issues the opportunities held out by digital technology the environment food security employment and the wars on transnational

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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - Challenges
    such as food safety and security the prevention of pandemics and the resolution of international crises At this juncture such issues are considered to be part and parcel of the G8 Summit agenda Several of the more important initiatives connected with these issues on the G8 agenda are based on a shared approach such as the Heiligendamm Process of dialogue with the main emerging economies achieving the Millennium Development Goals

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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - News
    are committed to putting a figure to their pledges on greenhouse gas cuts by 1 February 2010 pending new talks scheduled to be held in Bonn next summer At the end of a day of intense and at times feverish negotiating US President Barack Obama has announced an agreement with China India and South Africa He called the accord an unprecedented and extremely significant step forward yet one which is not sufficient to resolve the problem of climate change there is still a long way to go mObama admitted In any event the accord not only contains a pledge with regard to funding worth some 100 billion by 2020 for the world s developing countries it also obliges each individual signatory country to set the level of its planned carbon dioxide emission cuts and commits those countries to implementing the cuts by 2020 Each country is committed to providing information regarding the level of implementation of the cuts through communication at the national level with the option of activating international consultations Print Websites Copenhagen UN Climate Change Conference United Nations Ministry of Foreign Affairs See also Documents of the G8 Summit 2009 Climate Change The Summit Agenda Ministerial meetings The

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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - News
    days to have reached a deadlock Arriving in the Danish capital Barack Obama reiterated the United States commitment both with regard to funding for the world s poorer countries and with regard to reducing atmospheric pollution He confirmed his country s amenability to cutting CO2 emissions by 17 in 2020 and by over 80 by 2050 China however has been voicing strong doubts in recent days precisely in connection with the hypothesis of an 80 cut Beijing also appears to harbour reservations with regard to a proposal for an international monitoring system to monitor action taken to cut greenhouse gas emissions Chatting with journalists in a break in the talks French President Nicolas Sarkozy said that such positions represent obstacles in the path of the negotiations in Copenhagen These obstacles however could be overcome with a compromise on a new hypothesis for a final agreement which is expected to provide for an 80 cut in CO2 emissions in the world s wealthier countries and a 50 cut in the world s poorer and developing countries by 2050 Print Websites Copenhagen UN Climate Change Conference United Nations Ministry of Foreign Affairs See also Documents of the G8 Summit 2009 Climate Change

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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - News
    and government leaders are in agreement over the goal to be aimed for now he stressed we simply have to reach agreement over just how to achieve that goal Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs Franco Frattini said that the goal can only be a political agreement that is binding on all The conference which has kicked off with the screening of a shocking video on the potential impact of global warming got under way with an inaugural address from Danish Prime Minister Lars Loekke Rasmussen Alluding to the large number of delegations guests participants and journalists attending the conference Prime Minister Rasmussen resorted to a play on words to describe what is going to be happening in the Danish capital in the course of the UN conference Over the coming days he said Copenhagen is going to be Openhagen In the course of talks lasting two weeks in the Danish capital delegates from 192 countries will be negotiating a new treaty designed to commit the international community as a whole to the struggle against global warming The treaty will be designed to take the place of and indeed to go beyond the Kyoto Protocol In that connection Minister of Foreign

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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - News
    of families homeless Meeting with the deputy commissioner delegate for the emergency in Abruzzo Bernardo De Bernardinis the Group of Experts noted with satisfaction the significant progress achieved over the past few months De Bernardinis illustrated the current situation to the G8 Group of Health Experts also briefing them on the actions planned for the immediate future devoting special attention to those people who still have not returned to their homes In the course of the meeting which was organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and by Abruzzo Regional Authority President Gianni Chiodi the Group together with the Abruzzo Regional Authority councillors involved also addressed the topic of health systems response to emergency situations awarding the accolade of best practices to the actions undertaken by the local authorities by the Civil Protection Department and by the Firefighter Corps These actions place Italy out in the forefront in the field of response to natural disasters Print Websites Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ministry of Health See also The Guardia di Finanza School in L Aquila Stronghold of the Institutions and the G8 L Aquila Abruzzo Documents of the G8 Summit 2009 The Summit Agenda Ministerial meetings The Summit Venue About Italy

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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - News
    in the developing countries suffer from the neglected tropical diseases and the death rate is constantly rising These 13 infectious diseases widespread in 149 countries cause an average of over half a million deaths every year a figure that could be greatly reduced by the appropriate use of low cost drugs and at the same time by funding pharmaceutical research Indeed less than 1 of the new drugs registered over the last 20 years has been developed to treat the tropical diseases The seminar provides an opportunity to discuss and explore in depth the solutions that might be adopted to counter the devastating impact of these diseases with contributions from representatives from the World Health Organisation the international scientific and academic world public and private donors the Italian pharmaceutical industry the non governmental organisations the Italian Health Ministry and the Istituto Superiore di Sanità Higher National Health Institute In addition to the G8 Global Health Experts who will be meeting in Rome at the same time to bring their work under the Italian presidency to its conclusion the following will be attending the seminar and delivering papers CNBBSV Chair Prof Leonardo Santi Dr Lorenzo Savioli head of the Department of Neglected Tropical Disease Control at the WHO Prof Francesco Castelli from the University of Brescia s Institute of Infectious and Tropical Diseases Dr Putoto from NGO CUAMM University College for Future Missionary Doctors Medici con l Africa Industria 2015 Project Manager Dr Claudio Cavazza and Prof Phillip Gomez of the Pittsburgh University Medical Center Prof Jeffrey Sachs Special Advisor to the United Nations secretary general on the Millennium Development Goals will also be speaking in a video message on the importance of meeting the Millennium Goals before 2015 is out Print See also Documents of the G8 Summit 2009 What

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  • G8 Summit 2009 - official website - News
    by the figure of Judge Giovanni Falcone who would have been 70 this year The meeting was opened by Prefect Paola Basilone the new deputy chief of the Italian State Police and by Palermo Police Chief Alessandro Marangoni who illustrated the method followed in the recent investigation that led to the arrest of Cosa Nostra number two Domenico Raccuglia Print See also Justice and Interior Ministers Meeting Documents of the

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