The summit will consider the search for new opportunities for the economic development of participating countries, as well as the management of the global economy and finance. In addition, it is envisaged to discuss how to revive global trade and investment between countries. According to the news agencies, the summit gave priority to bilateral meetings of heads of state to discuss serious economic and political issues.
Russian President Vladimir Putin held meetings on the margins of the summit with President of China Xi Jinping, President of Turkey Erdoğan, Prime Minister of Great Britain Theresa Mae, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Muhammad ibn Salman, and heads of state of BRICS.
What is expected to happen on Monday is a meeting between Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama, which will focus on the Syrian question.
G20 countries produce 85 percent of the world’s gross domestic product. They’re home to about 60 percent of the world’s population.
China, as host of the summit this year, looks forward to its fruitful work and practical results. Russia held a G20 summit in 2013.