Chinese president is calling for efforts to advance poverty reduction worldwide.
Xi Jinping made the remarks when attending the second session of the G20 Riyadh Summit via video link from Beijing.
The president says cooperation should be strengthened to narrow the North-South gap, while targeted measures must be taken to tackle poverty caused by COVID-19.
Xi Jinping also calls for a favorable international economic environment.
"We should adhere to building an open world economy, lower tariff and non-tariff barriers, and uphold the special and differential treatment provisions of the World Trade Organization for developing members. We should advance poverty alleviation and economic growth through trade and help developing countries better integrate into the global market."
He says the debt burden of developing countries should be further alleviated, while more financial support should be provided to help boost infrastructure and connectivity.
Top EU officials have welcomed the Group of Twenty leaders' united commitment to addressing major global pandemic and economic challenges.
A declaration adopted at the 15th G20 summit showed that the group leaders are committed to shaping a strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive post-COVID-19 era.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has expressed welcome for the G20 Debt Service Suspension initiative and its extension through June 2021.
The two-day G20 summit, held under the Saudi presidency, concluded on Sunday.
Britain is preparing for a different Christmas as the country battles a second wave of COVID-19.
Official figures show more than 18,000 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, raising the total to over 1.5 million.
British Finance Minister Rishi Sunak says the government is looking at ways to enable families to get together over the festive period.
"With regards to Christmas, frustrating as it is for all of us, Christmas is not going to be normal this year. But that said, the prime minister and everyone else, we are looking at ways to see how families can spend some time with each other over the Christmas period."
England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have backed plans to allow different households to meet for a small number of days over Christmas.
The British government has called on the public to remain cautions and to avoid traveling whenever possible.
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says Spain will begin a coronavirus vaccination programm in January.
He says the aim is to cover a substantial part of the population within six months.
He says Spain will implement a single national strategy, starting with "priority groups."
Spain has western Europe's second highest tally of confirmed coronavirus infections after France, with 1.5 million cases and more than 46,600 deaths from COVID-19.
The United States says it has officially withdrawn from the Open Skies Treaty.
National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien announced the withdrawal on Sunday.
The Trump administration submitted the notice of withdrawal from the treaty in May.
It allows unarmed aerial surveillance flights over participating countries to collect data on military forces and other activities.
Europe is set to lift its ban on the Boeing 737 MAX passenger jetliner in January.
The head of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency says the plane is safe to fly after changes to the design.
Executive Director Patrick Ky says the decision is based on results from their own checks and flight tests, which he says tell them that the jet can return to service.
The decision comes after U.S. regulators ended a 20-month grounding triggered by two fatal crashes in 2018 and 2019, which killed over 340 people.
1. adhere to 遵守，遵循（规定或协议）；
They failed to adhere to our original agreement.
2. get together 聚会；
The whole family will ge t together at Spring Festival.
3. with regards to 关于；至于；
Systems frequently fail to meet user expectations with regards to performance.
4. withdraw from 退出(活动或组织)；
From the general came the order to withdraw from the theater of war.