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List of G20 summits

The following list of G20 summits summarizes all G20 conferences held at various different levels: summits of heads of state or heads of government, ministerial-level meetings, Engagement Group meetings and others.

Summits of state leadersEdit

Host cities of G20 summits
Date Host country Host city Venue Host leader Ref Website
1st 14–15 November 2008   United States Washington, D.C. National Building Museum George W. Bush [1]
2nd 2 April 2009   United Kingdom London ExCeL London Gordon Brown [2] [1]1
3rd 24–25 September 2009   United States Pittsburgh David L. Lawrence Convention Center Barack Obama [3]2
4th 26–27 June 2010   Canada Toronto Metro Toronto Convention Centre Stephen Harper [4][5]
5th 11–12 November 2010   South Korea Seoul COEX Convention & Exhibition Center Lee Myung-bak [6] [2]2
6th 3–4 November 2011   France Cannes Palais des Festivals Nicolas Sarkozy [7][8]
7th 18–19 June 2012   Mexico San José del Cabo, Los Cabos Los Cabos Convention Center Felipe Calderón [9][10][11]
8th 5–6 September 2013   Russia Saint Petersburg Constantine Palace Vladimir Putin [12][13][14] [3]3
9th 15–16 November 2014   Australia Brisbane Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre Tony Abbott [15] [4]4
10th 15–16 November 2015   Turkey Serik, Antalya Regnum Carya Hotel Convention Centre Recep Tayyip Erdoğan [16][17]
11th 4–5 September 2016   China Hangzhou Hangzhou International Exhibition Centre Xi Jinping [13][16][18]
12th 7–8 July 2017   Germany Hamburg Hamburg Messe Angela Merkel [13][16]
13th 30 November – 1 December 2018   Argentina Buenos Aires Costa Salguero Center Mauricio Macri [19][20]
14th 28–29 June 2019   Japan Osaka Intex Osaka Shinzō Abe [21][22]
15th 21–22 November 2020   Saudi Arabia Riyadh King Abdullah Financial District Salman [23][24][25]
16th TBD 2021   Italy candidate:Bari[26][27][28]

Giuseppe Conte

[29]
17th TBD 2022   India New Delhi India International Convention & Exhibition Centre[30] Narendra Modi [29]
1 website of the British Government for the 2009 London G20 summit
2 website of the Korean Government for the 2010 Seoul G20 summit
3 website of the Russian Government for the 2013 G20 summit
4 official G20 summit website


Ministerial-level meetingsEdit

Finance ministers and central bank governorsEdit

Locations in bold text indicate the meeting was concurrent with a G20 summit. Ministerial meetings not always held in summit host country.

Year Host country Host city Dates Notes
1999   Germany Berlin
2000   Canada Montréal
2001   Canada Ottawa/Gatineau
2002   India New Delhi
2003   Mexico Morelia
2004   Germany Berlin
2005   China Beijing
2006   Australia Melbourne
2007   South Africa Cape Town
2008   Brazil São Paulo
2009   United Kingdom Horsham March
  United Kingdom London September
  United Kingdom St Andrews November
2010   South Korea Incheon February
  Canada Toronto June
  South Korea Seoul November
2011   France Paris February
  United States Washington, D.C. April
  United States Washington, D.C. September As part of the annual meeting of the IMF and World Bank[31]
  France Paris October
  France Cannes November
2012   Mexico Mexico City February
  United States Washington, D.C. April
  Mexico Mexico City November [32]
2013   Russia Moscow February [33]
  United States Washington, D.C. April Part of the annual meeting of the IMF and World Bank[34]
  United States Washington, D.C. October Continuation of the meeting mentioned above[35][36]
2014   Australia Sydney February
  United States Washington, D.C. April [37]
  Australia Cairns September [37]
2015   Turkey Istanbul 9–10 February [38]
2016   China Chengdu July [39][40]
2017   Germany Baden-Baden March [39][41][42][43]
2018   Argentina Buenos Aires 19–20 March [44]
  United States Washington, D.C. 20 April [44]
  Argentina Buenos Aires 21–22 July [44]
  Indonesia Bali 11 October [44]
  Argentina Buenos Aires November [44]
2019   Japan Fukuoka 8–9 June [45]

Labour and employment ministersEdit

Year Host country Host city Dates Notes
2010   United States Washington, D.C.[46]
2011   France Paris[47]
2012   Mexico Guadalajara[48]
2013   Russia Moscow[49]
2014   Australia Melbourne[50]
2015   Turkey Ankara[50]
2016   China Beijing[50]
2017   Germany Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler[50]
2018   Argentina Mendoza[50]
2019   Japan Matsuyama[50] 1–2 September

Foreign ministersEdit

Year Host country Host city Dates Notes
2017   Germany Bonn[41] February
2018   Argentina Buenos Aires May

B20 summitsEdit

B20 summits are summits of business leaders from the G20 countries.

C20 summitsEdit

C20 summits are summits of civil society delegates from the G20 countries.

T20 summitsEdit

T20 summits are summits of think tanks from the G20 countries.

W20 summitEdit

First W20 women's summit organized by German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Y20 summitsEdit

Y20 summits are summits of young leaders and changemakers from 18 to 30 years old from the G20 countries.

Trade and investment promotion summitsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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