SOCHI, November 12. Schedule of Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit in Turkey on 15-16 November completely made up, including bilateral meetings, said the press Secretary of the head of state, Dmitry Peskov.
“Largely cleared (bilateral meetings), schedule laid out,” said he.
However, the representative of the Kremlin has refused to say whom among world leaders, Putin will meet separately at the summit.
The summit agenda
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said earlier that despite the economic nature of the format “twenty”, the two leaders will be discussing at the summit of political issues.
“G20 is a platform based on economic issues. But the leaders at this meeting will be to talk about politics. Will be discussed the humanitarian component of the refugee crisis. It will be a very important summit, which is held in a special period and under the leadership of Turkey”. – said Davutoglu. He also noted that “the global economy is narrowed, there are problems with employment among young people, and the trading indicators are lower than we would like.”
Speaking about prospects of the new government of Turkey, which is expected to be formed until the end of November, Turkish Prime Minister said that one of his main areas of work will be economic. “I expect the new government to create a sort of “mini-cabinets of Ministers”. One of them will be economic. Heads of interested agencies to discuss in this format, the influence of the situation in the global economy. Will the Cabinet on security matters and foreign policy, as well as the format for the discussion and implementation of reform through 2019,” said he.