Russia shares Germany’s priorities in the G20, Putin said

© RIA Novosti / Alexei Druginderal in Photobacterium of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin and Minister of foreign Affairs of Germany, Sigmar Gabriel during a meeting. 29 Jun 2017Russia shares Germany’s priorities in the G20, Putin said© RIA Novosti / Alexei Druginderal the image Bank

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Moscow shares the priorities of the German presidency in the «Group of twenty» and will do everything to meet future arrangements.

«The Federal Republic is preparing to host a large forum — the «Big twenty». We share the priorities that are selected», — said the head of the Russian state at a meeting with foreign Minister of Germany Sigmar Gabriel.

«We will do everything in our power to implement the agreements that I’m sure will be achieved in the course of this joint work», — said Putin.

The summit will be held in Hamburg on 7-8 July. Earlier, Merkel called the main themes of the German presidency in the «twenty»: the fight against climate change, support for free trade development of the countries of Africa, migration policy, the fight against terrorism. The Chancellor did not rule out that the results of the meeting will not be made a joint communiqué, as for climate and trade among the summit participants there is controversy.