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G7/8 Ministerial Meetings and Documents

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Ministerial Meetings | Ad Hoc Ministerial Meetings

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Ministerial Meetings

Agriculture
April 19-20, 2009, Cison di Valmarino (Treviso), Italy [HTML] [PDF]
Crime
"Lyon Group": irregular, 1995-; G8: irregular, 1999-
Development
Irregular, 2002-
Education
Irregular, 2000-
Employment/Labour
1994; annual, 1996-1999; irregular
Energy
Irregular, 1999-
Environment
1992; annual, 1994-
Finance
G5: irregular, 1973-1986?; G7: annual on summit site since 1975; 3-4 times a year as stand-alone meeting, 1986-; G20: annual, 1999-
Foreign affairs
Annual on summit site since 1975; annual as stand-alone meeting, 1984-;
pre-summit meetings, 1998-; ad hoc meetings as needed
Global Information Society
1995 (G7), 1996 (40 countries and 18 international organizations)
Health
Irregular, 2006-
Justice and Interior
Irregular, 1997-
Science and Technology
Irregular, 2008-
Terrorism
Annual, 1995-
Trade Ministers' Quadrilateral ("the Quad")
On summit site, 1978, and 1993; 3-4 times a year as stand-alone meeting, 1982-

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Ad Hoc Ministerial Meetings

Aid to the Russia (finance and foreign ministers): 1993
G7 Chairmen's Statement on Support for Russian Reform, April 15, 1993, Tokyo, Japan
Economic Aid to Ukraine: October 27, 1994, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Global Marketplace for Small and Medium-size Enterprises: April 7-9, 1997, Bonn, Germany
(See the Global Information Network for SMEs for links to small and medium-size enterprises in G7 countries)
G8 Finance and Foreign Ministers' pre-summit meeting, Conclusions, May 8-9, 1998, London, England
G8 Ad Hoc Meeting of Drug Experts, Miyazaki City, Japan, December 13-15, 2000
G8 Conference On Dialogue Between the Public Authorities and Private Sector on Security and Trust in Cyberspace, Paris, France, May 15-17, 2000, Final Press Release
Transport Ministers, Tokyo, January 11-13, 2006
on International Transport Security (G8 plus Australia, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Republic of Korea, Singapore, the International Civil Aviation Organization, the International Maritime Organization, the World Customs Organization)
See Japan's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport

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