Some of the biggest health care concerns in Australia are expected to be on the agenda at the G20 meeting in Brisbane on July 7.
The most important is how the G7 leaders are going to handle the fallout from a potential global trade war.
The G20 has set a goal of ending all trade wars and “unilaterally resolving all disputes”.
“There is no longer a conflict of interests between the G8 and G20.
We are a group of governments.
There is no trade war now,” Finance Minister Mathias Cormann said on Friday.
“There’s no need for a trade war, and there’s no reason for it.
We’ve been clear about that from the start.
The G20 is a forum for all countries to find a solution to these problems.”
Cormann was speaking at the end of a day that has seen the G80 and G8 countries discuss the situation in the Middle East and the potential for an economic crisis.
The Federal Government has been trying to avoid a trade conflict for several years, as the G30 leaders gather in Japan to discuss economic growth and climate change.
The Government has also been pushing for the G2020 meeting to take place in Brisbane, despite concerns about the economic impact on the CBD and the state of the state’s tourism industry.
“The G2020 is not about one country, it’s about the G21, it is about all the G 20 countries,” Cormann told reporters.
He also said the Government had been working with the G6 and G7 to avoid the conflict.
“We’re not doing anything new.
We’re trying to work with all the nations,” he said.