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Sommet du G8: déclaration conjointe suite aux attentats de Londres
G8 Leaders who gathered at Gleneagles condemned the barbaric attacks on London. They were joined for discussion on climate change and the global economy by the Leaders of Brazil, China, India, Mexico, and South Africa and by the Heads of the International Energy Agency, International Monetary Fund, United Nations, World Bank, and the World Trade Organisation. They have issued a statement setting out their common purpose in tackling climate change, promoting clean energy and achieving sustainable development. Their discussions mark the beginning of a new Dialogue between the G8 nations and other countries with significant energy needs, consistent with the aims and principles of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. This will explore how best to exchange technology, reduce emissions, and meet energy needs in a sustainable way. G8 Leaders were joined for discussion on Africa and development by the Leaders of Algeria, Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania and by the Heads of the African Union Commission, International Monetary Fund, United Nations and the World Bank. They discussed how to accelerate progress towards the Millennium Goals, especially in Africa which has the furthest to go to achieve these goals by 2015. They have agreed to double aid for Africa by 2010. A group of G8 and other countries will also take forward innovative financing mechanisms including the IFF for immunisation, an air-ticket solidarity levy and the IFF to deliver and bring forward the financing, and a working group will consider the implementation of these mechanisms. The G8 has also agreed that all of the debts owed by eligible heavily indebted poor countries to IDA, the International Monetary Fund and the African Development Fund should be cancelled.

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