The G20 summit in Mexico has not yet begun,Karen Millen
as EU Commission President Barroso is bursting at the collar. Criticism of the European crisis management he will not stand for it. Even Chancellor Merkel defends from unilateral accusations.
Los Cabos - To kick off the summit in Mexico heats up in the circle of the strongest economies in the world (G20) on the mood. In Los Cabos Mexico, the European crisis management was under fire. But the Europeans have prohibited any teaching of post
Chancellor Angela Merkel pointed blame back unilateral decision. Karen Millen Dresses The debt crisis is not just a problem solely of Europeans, and other economic powers were in the duty, she said after arriving on the Pacific coast. "Here every continent will have to make a Karen Millen contribution. Everyone has to make here at the World Economic Forum's homework."
The crisis management of the Europeans should be one of the main themes of the Summit. Eu Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said shortly before the start of the summit on the issue of a Canadian reporter about the credibility of the EU: "Honestly, we do not come here to us to listen to teachings in democracy or in terms of economic policy."
G20 participants caught up in the blame game
It very pointedly World Bank chief Robert Zoellick brought to the point. Karen Millen Dress He holds the billion-dollar rescue of Spanish banks for poor crisis management: "The implementation was extremely poor, we are waiting for Europe says what to do.."
Then Barroso pointed to the origin of the crisis in the U.S.: the crisis was not caused by Europe, but have taken in the United States originate. Then, European banks have been infected.
Last weekend was the € zone Spain pledged an aid package worth 100 billion euros to recapitalize domestic banks. A calming of the markets failed to materialize yet.
In addition to the heated debate about the problems of the Europeans was also the escalating violence in Syria in Los Cabos is an important issue. In a joint appeal urged U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin, a cease-fire.
At their first meeting after the re-inauguration of Putin, Russia's and America's president was on the edge of the summit agreed that "an immediate cessation of all violence" was necessary. The meeting lasted two hours an unusually long time. The U.S. president spoke to reporters about a "candid, thoughtful and in-depth discussion" on a number of issues, including the nuclear dispute with Iran.