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Ushakov told about Putin's meetings with world leaders on the G20 — Rambler News Service


Photo: globallookpress.com/stefan zeitz the President of Russia Vladimir Putin on a G20 summit in Osaka (Japan) will hold a number of bilateral meetings, including with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the president of France Emmanouilam Macron and the president of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The Assistant to the President of the Russian Federation Yury Ushakov reported about it to journalists, the correspondent of RNS tells. The meeting with Macron will take place on June 28, with Merkel and Erdogan — on June 29. "The dvustoronka with the president of the French republic Emmanuel Macron will take place..." — Ushakov noted, telling about graphics of the president in the first day of a G20 summit. "June 29... meeting with the president of the Republic of Turkey Erdogan... The conversation with the federal chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel will take place" — the Assistant to the President of the Russian Federation told. On June 28 the meeting of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin and the prime minister of Great Britain Theresa May will take place. "The mutual agreement on the relevant channels is reached upon meeting... Sensitive issues collected much" — Ushakov told. According to him, on June 28 the bilateral meeting of Putin with the South African President Sivil Ramafozoy, a tripartite meeting with the prime minister of India Narenda Modi and the Chinese President Xi Jinping and a bilateral meeting with the president of South Korea Mun Zhe Ying will also take place. Bilateral meetings with the president of Egypt Abdelfattakh Sisi and the crown prince, the Minister of Defence of Saudi Arabia Muhammad bin Salman al Saod are also planned for June 29. Ushakov added that besides, during the summit a number of meetings "standing" is planned. According to him, after the G20 summit the Russian President will participate in actions within the official visit to Japan then he will go to Belarus.

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