Group of 20
The group of Twenty (G-20), formed in 1999, started as a small summit between finance ministers however after the 2008 international financial crisis it became the biggest
international summit of all times with the participation of heads of states. The group consists of 19 countries and the European Union. The forum’s main objectives are to promote international economic growth, international trade, and regulating financial markets.
This committee’s level is advanced and exclusive for university students.