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Vladimir Putin discussed with the Australian Foreign Minister the details of a possible stay at the GXNUMX summit

Нthe fields of the ASEM summit in Milan withVladimir Putin had a brief conversation with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop. They discussed the details of the possible stay of the Russian President at the GXNUMX summit in Brisbane, Australia, the Kremlin press service reported.

Like a storyal press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov, "к Putin was approached by the Australian foreign minister, "and they" spoke of the details of Putin's possible stay at the G-20 summit. "

Answering a question from journalists Peskov, he joked that she didn’t take the Russian president "by the breast". This question arose in connection with the fact that athe premier Tony abbot said earlier that he was ready to “take over the breasts” of the Russian president when he arrives at the summit in November “Group of Twenty"In Brisbane.

Participants in the G20 are Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Britain, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Canada, China, Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, USA, Turkey, France, South Africa, Japan, as well as the EU, represented by the host country. G20 member countries account for two-thirds of the world's population and about 85% of world GDP.

In the format of the Group of Twenty, an informal dialogue of the participating countries is held on the issues of preventing new crises, reforming and enhancing the effectiveness of the international financial system, multilateral cooperation for sustainable economic growth.

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