There are 34 pages in the final Declaratio of the G20 summit, which outlines ways to develop the global economy, finance health care and education, support the construction of cities of the future. And much more to preserve and develop the global world, as well as to change its architecture according to the concept of multipolarity.
Another outcome of the second day of the summit is the creation of a new working group on women's rights. It is expected to convene for the first time in Brazil, to which India has officially handed over the G20 presidency. More details are in our story.
TV BRICS correspondent: Vasily Kuchushev
TV BRICS cameraman: Sergey Bulatov