Frankrijk en Turkije zijn vastbesloten samen te werken in het kader van de G20 teneinde een sterke, duurzame en evenwichtige groei te bewerkstelligen en de werkgelegenheid te vergroten.
Turkije onderschrijft volledig de grote lijnen van het programma van het Franse G20 voorzitterschap en ondersteunt de lopende werkzaamheden met het oog op de top in Cannes op 3 en 4 november a.s.
1. France and Turkey are determined to work together within the framework of the G20 for strong, sustainable and balanced growth along with increased employment.
2. Turkey is fully supportive of the broad lines of the programme of the French presidency of the G20 and the work now under way in preparation for the Cannes Summit on 3-4 November.
3. France and Turkey are committed to working together in order to reduce major and persistent imbalances at global level and to ensure stronger and more stable growth. In this context, both countries have reaffirmed continuation of their efforts in favour of mutual coordination and evaluation of economic and financial policies.
4. France and Turkey have saluted the progress achieved on financial regulation within the framework of the G20 and have emphasised the importance of complete implementation of the decisions taken in this domain by all the countries of the G20. France and Turkey have reaffirmed the necessity of unwavering financial system regulation in order to prevent crises.
5. France and Turkey have underlined the importance of the reform of the international monetary system with the aim of strengthening the system and reducing volatility and instability. In this context, both countries have affirmed their support for the development of global financial safety nets in order to address the volatility in the international monetary system. France and Turkey have reaffirmed that they reject all forms of protectionism.
6. In the face of rising commodity prices, France and Turkey are pleased to note that the question of improved regulation and surveillance for energy and agricultural markets is to be addressed henceforth within the framework of the G20. France and Turkey have expressed their expectations that the G20 will make substantive progress on regulation, particularly of the financial and commodity markets, greater transparency in physical markets and strengthened food security.
7. France and Turkey have reiterated their support to the approach of G-20 on trade and have emphasised the importance of ensuring that Doha Round results in a comprehensive, balanced and successful outcome as soon as possible.
8. France and Turkey have noted with pleasure the adoption at the G20 Summit in Seoul of a Multi-Year Action Plan (MYAP) on Development; this marks an important step forward in the field of development.
9. France and Turkey highlighted the importance of food security and infrastructure for development and emphasized the added value that the G20 can offer in this area.
10. France and Turkey declare that they will intensify the sharing of information on the financing of development and the combat against climate change, particularly with regard to innovative financing, which is necessary to address those challenges as an adjunct to traditional ODA.
11. France and Turkey welcome the progress achieved on reform of the IMF and the World Bank. They urge all G20 members to swiftly approve the 2010 quota and governance reforms and to work towards their prompt implementation. Both countries express their strong desire for continued reform in order to ensure that the global economic system is better governed and made more effective, more representative and more aligned with the needs of the 21st century.
12. France and Turkey have indicated that they attach importance to the preservation of the effectiveness of the G20.
13. Turkey has reiterated its intention to host the G20 Summit in 2014 and expressed its hope that a decision to this end will be taken at the Cannes Summit.
14. France and Turkey are pleased to note the holding, as part of the work schedule for 2011 and in addition to the meetings of the ministers of the economy of the G20 countries, of a meeting of G20 ministers of agriculture in June and a meeting of G20 ministers of labour and employment in September.
15. France and Turkey have emphasised the importance of promoting employment and the rules of the International Labour Organisation. Both countries are pleased to note that for the first time a summit on social and employment issues shall be organised on the margins of the G20 Leaders Summit in Cannes.
16. Both parties expressed support for the Fourth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries to be held in Istanbul between 9-13 May 2011 and expect that conclusions of this Conference will contribute to the success of the G20 Leaders Summit in Cannes.