The first day of the Group of 20 leaders’ summit closed with a dinner at the Quirinale Palace, a sprawling and ornate complex that has been home to popes and Italian leaders for centuries. Everyone will be back on Sunday for a second day of talks, with a focus on climate change, before they head to Glasgow, Scotland, for the high-stakes COP26 climate conference.

Here’s what to know

  • This is the first in-person summit of leaders from the G-20 economies in two years.
  • The United States has agreed to partially lift steel and aluminum tariffs imposed on the European Union under President Donald Trump.
  • The G-20 has formally endorsed a new global minimum tax designed to prevent big companies from shifting profits to low-tax countries.
  • President Biden attended Mass, and received Communion, in Rome.