2017 class photo of G20 leaders

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G20 leaders

All Leaders in one frame at the opening ofG20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany, on Friday. Let’s see who all are in the portrait:

1. Emmanuel Macron – President of France
2. Donald Trump – President of the United States
3. Joko Widodo – President of Indonesia

4. Enrique Pea Nieto – President of Mexico
5. Jacob Zuma – President of South Africa
6. Mauricio Macri – President of Argentina
7. Angela Merkel – Chancellor of Germany
8. Xi Jinping – President of China
9. Vladimir Putin – President of Russia
10. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan – President of Turkey
11. Michel Temer – President of Brazil
12. Moon Jae-in – President of South Korea
13. Alpha Cond – President of Guinea
14. Paolo Gentiloni – Prime Minister of Italy
15. Justin Trudeau – Prime Minister of Canada
16. Narendra Modi – Prime Minister of India
17. Shinzō Abe – Prime Minister of Japan
18. Malcolm Turnbull – Prime Minister of Australia
19. Theresa May – Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
20. Donald Tusk – President of the European Council
21. Jean-Claude Juncker – President of the European Commission
22. Angel Gurra – Secretary-General of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development
23. Antonio Guterres – Secretary-General of the United Nations
24. Roberto Azevdo – Director-General of the World Trade Organization
25. Erna Solberg – Prime Minister of Norway
26. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus – Director-General of the World Health Organization
27. Mark Rutte – Prime Minister of the Netherlands
28. Christine Lagarde – International Monetary Fund chief
29. Macky Sall – President of Senegal
30. Guy Ryder – Director-General of the International Labour Organization
31. Lee Hsien Loong – Prime Minister of Singapore
32. Jim Yong Kim – President of World Bank
33. Mariano Rajoy Brey – Prime Minister of Spain
34. Nguyễn Xun Phc – Prime Minister of Vietnam
35. Mark Carney – Chairman of the G20’s Financial Stability Board
36. Ibrahim Al-Assaf – State Minister of Saudi Arabia

19 countries and the European Union are the 20 countries of G20.

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