"We are at the final stage of negotiations, we, perhaps, will be able to make a general political statement, but signing will take more time," Faurie said.
The minister also mentioned the new trade agreement between the United States, Mexico and Canada (USMCA), stating that the Argentine authorities will create all conditions for this deal to be signed at the summit.
The G20 leaders will hold a meeting in Buenos Aires from November 31 to December 1.
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The trade relations between the European Union and Mercosur are based on the agreement on bilateral cooperation signed in 1999. Since then, there have been several attempts to negotiate the free trade agreement, but no results have been achieved so far. In October 2016, the sides launched a new round of negotiations followed by several meetings in 2017, which, however, have not yet led to any substantial results.