With the G20 in Rome, Prime Minister Mario Draghi collects the praise of leaders from all over the world. “Congratulations, it was a great job,” says US President Joe Biden. “I thank Italy for its welcome, for this summit” echoes the French president Macron, “thanking Mario Draghi who presided over our work and for its effectiveness and perfect organization”. “This summit has been a success and very concrete results have been achieved and it crystallizes some steps forward. We arrive more armed for COP26 and we are now in a position to make Glasgow a success.” British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is no less flattering. “What the Italian presidency has unquestionably done is superb work,” he said at a press conference at the end of the G20. “It was a truly superb job” both in terms of organizing the summit and being able to keep “the focus on the big issues we face” while trying to “make everyone make progress”. During a conference press At the end of the G20 summit, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan replied with a smile and a “very good” to the journalists who asked him how his relations with Prime Minister Draghi were going in the aftermath of the bilateral in Rome. Erdogan spoke of possible “positive developments” with Italy in the defense industry and on the question of trade relations, reaffirming the goal of achieving an exchange of at least 30 billion dollars.