A G-20 summit is about to kick off in Los Cabos, Mexico, to address the Euro zone crisis and strengthening world financial architecture.
The G-20 business quarters are already discussing recommendations for the final decisions of the forum.
They are specifically considering moves to ensure sustainable economic development of the world, food security, creating new jobs and making easier access to financial services.
President Vladimir Putin is leading the Russian delegation to the Los Cabos summit. Today’s issue of Mexico’s leading newspaper, El Universal, is carrying his article about world economic problems. The Russian leader is scheduled to hold a number of bilateral meetings on the fringes of the summit.
Putin to take part in G-20 summit in Mexico
Russian President Vladimir Putin will take part in the G-20 summit which kicks off in Los Cabos, Mexico on Monday.
He is to speak at all three sessions of the gathering and will hold more than 10 bilateral talks with the leaders of the US, Britain, Japan, India and Turkey on the sidelines of the summit. In addition, Putin will sit down for parleys with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
The summit will largely focus on the development of the world economy and the financial crisis in the eurozone.
Shortly before the opening of the Los Cabos gathering, the leaders of BRICS countries will hold talks to discuss a raft of key international issues.
Presidential aide Yuri Ushakov said on Monday that given that Russia will host the 2013 G-20 summit, “the Russian leader’s taking part in the summit in Los Cabos is of special importance.”