Multilateral meeting took place during the 1st meeting at ministerial level of the G20 Finance Track

The Minister of Finance, Fernando Haddad, participated this Thursday (29.Feb.2024) in a multilateral meeting with authorities from African countries. The meeting also included representatives from development banks and the African Union, which joined the G20 in 2023.

Haddad chairs the 1st ministerial-level meeting of the G20 Finance Track, in São Paulo. Brazil’s priority is to discuss combating hunger and poverty and supporting the promotion of sustainable development.

At the meeting, the head of the Treasury reinforced that he was “committed” to work with African countries to “reinvigorate multilateral systems for sustainable economic inclusion”.

Here is the list of the African delegation that participated in the meeting:

  1. Veras Daves, Minister of Finance of Angola;
  2. Enoch Godongwana, South African Finance Minister;
  3. Mohamed Maait, Egyptian Finance Minister;
  4. Albert Muchanga, African Union Commissioner for Economic Development, Trade, Tourism, Industry and Minerals;
  5. Amina J. Mohammed, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations;
  6. Marie-Laure Akin-Olugbade, Vice President for Regional Development Complex and Business Delivery at the African Development Bank;
  7. George Stanley, international director of Nigerian Economic Relations.


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