Putin at the G20 will discuss Ukraine and Syria with Cameron, will meet with Renzi

Putin at the G20 will discuss Ukraine and Syria with Cameron, will meet with Renzi


During the meeting in Antalya the Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron will discuss “issues of further development of dialogue, the prospects of trade and economic cooperation between the two countries”, said the Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov.

MOSCOW, 13 Nov. The President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G20 in Antalya to discuss the situation in Ukraine and settling the conflict in Syria with the Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron and will also meet with Prime Minister of Italy, Matteo Renzi, said at a briefing on Friday, Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov.

“There will be held bilateral contact with the Prime Minister of great Britain Cameron. Putin met on 15 November last year with Cameron in Brisbane, this year had a couple of calls, at the end of the year a little bit intensified contacts,” said Ushakov.

He noted that during the meeting in Antalya, Putin and Cameron will discuss “issues of further development of dialogue, the prospects of trade and economic cooperation between the two countries.”

“We expect the international exchange of views on the Syrian conflict and the situation in Ukraine”, — he added.

According to the Kremlin, a priority for both countries is early cessation of violence and the elimination of divisions the Islamic state group in Syria. In view of the reasons and ways out of the situation in Ukraine, Moscow and London there is a shared understanding that a sustainable solution to the Ukrainian crisis can only be achieved through political dialogue with the aim of finding a compromise.

On the second day of the summit of “twenty” on November 16 there will be a conversation of the President with the Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Rienzi.

Ushakov noted that “between the two leaders have established a constructive dialogue, this year it will be already the third meeting”. “To discuss bilateral issues and topical international issues,” — said Ushakov.