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In Australia, the G20 Summit began its work

Russian President Vladimir Putin will take part in the GXNUMX summit, which opens today in the Australian city of Brisbane. According to the TASS news agency, the work will begin with an informal meeting of the leaders in the morning. Then the official opening of the summit will take place with the participation of the heads of the invited countries and international organizations. On the same day, Putin will take part in the first working meeting, and in the evening he will continue discussing topical issues with colleagues at a working dinner. The second meeting of the summit will take place on Sunday, followed by a working lunch.

During Putin’s visit to Australia, he is scheduled to have a separate meeting with leaders of the BRICS countries, as well as a number of working contacts with other colleagues. The Russian leader, in an interview with TASS, said that he would have a separate meeting with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel. In addition, contacts are planned with French President Francois Hollande and British Prime Minister David Cameron.

Putin arrived in Brisbane on Friday from Vladivostok, where he held a meeting on shipbuilding. Prior to that, he visited Beijing, where the APEC summit took place.

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