Lavrov will visit Turkey 13:20

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will visit Turkey on March 1-2 to attend the diplomatic forum. This was reported by the press service of the Russian Foreign Ministry.

According to the diplomatic office, negotiations with the Turkish counterpart are planned to be held in Lavrov. The press service stated that they will discuss Ukraine and Syria, as well as trade and energy issues.

Previously Lavrov and Blinken It turned out to be

In the same room at a ministerial meeting in Brazil. Before the G20 foreign ministers meeting in Rio de Janeiro, Lavrov greeted the foreign ministers of Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Bolivia but did not look at Blinken.

Also Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation in the name G20 countries should not use the economy as a weapon and should stay away from unfair competition in this field. G20 countries should develop common balanced solutions to restore supply chains and free access to energy resources and food, according to the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry.

happened before knownIt was stated that the Chinese special representative will visit Russia and Ukraine.

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Source: Gazeta

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