G20 Leaders' declaration

Australia has signed the G20 leaders declaration in Bali, which was overshadowed by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.


* Most members strongly condemned the war in Ukraine, stressing it's the cause of "immense human suffering" and has impacted the global economy. They demand Russia withdraw.

* The use or threat of use of nuclear weapons is "inadmissible". The peaceful resolution of conflicts is vital.

* Members acknowledge a time of "unparalleled multidimensional crises" brought by the COVID-19 pandemic and other issues which have caused economic downturn and increased poverty.

* Members resolve to take action to promote food and energy security and support stability of markets.

* Members resolve to implement policies to limit the temperature increase to 1.5degC and to take leadership roles in tackling climate change by fully implementing the Paris Agreement.

* Members commit to protecting the vulnerable from hunger and malnutrition and hold deep concern over challenges to global food security which are being exacerbated by conflicts and tensions.

* The declaration reiterates the rules-based, fair and inclusive, multilateral trading system with the World Trade Organisation at the core of growth and development.

* Widespread COVID-19 immunisation is a global public good, with members to strengthen efforts for universal access to vaccines.

*Affordable and high-quality digital connectivity is important to create an open, fair and non-discriminatory digital economy.

*Members support the full inclusion of migrants and refugees, with respect for their human rights and freedoms regardless of their migration status.