The likes of Rex Tillerson, Boris Johnson or Sergey Lavrov did not travel to Bonn, Germany, in order to find the perfect mate.And yet, their schedule came awfully close to looking like a speed dating event. That's how the G20 meeting of leading and developing economies could best be described.And there was one man among the foreign ministers gathered in Bonn who was very much sought after.This not only includes the sustainable use of natural resources and their precautionary preservation for future generations, but also the global fight against poverty.The United Nations has had offices in Bonn since 1951.
() With the foreign ministers' meeting in Bonn, the G20 process is gaining momentum.Germany is pursuing an ambitious agenda in a period of crisis.Chancellor Merkel is under pressure to succeed as a federal election looms.() The foreign ministers of the G20 are in Bonn to discuss sustainable development.With uncertainty over the Trump administration’s policies, China is seen as a possible new leader. () Protest groups had promised not to let the two-day meeting in Bonn go undisturbed.
They demanded G20 nations withdraw from conflicts in the Middle East and take responsibility for migrants still arriving in Europe.