Russian President Vladimir Putin, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met in Osaka on Friday, on the sidelines of the G20 summit.
Starting the meeting, Modi said «as we are the key world economies, our exchange of opinions on the global economy, politics and security is of particular importance. This trilateral meeting between us today is a very useful instrument... Еще to discuss and coordinate our positions on important issues.»
Xi noted that «China, Russia and India are countries with huge and developing markets, and we are all committed to solidarity and cooperation.»
Vladimir Putin agreed with his Chinese counterpart, saying that «it is important that the opinions of Russia, India and China are close or even the same on most of the questions of the global economic and political agenda.»
Leaders of 19 of the most influential countries in the world and the European Union are meeting in Osaka on Friday and Saturday for the 14th Group of 20 summit to discuss climate change, free trade, and economic inequalities among other issues.