Russian Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov said that Russian and US presidents Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump discussed China, Syria, the situation in Idlib and issues of strategic stability during talks on the G20 fields.
At the same time, he noted that the leaders were limited in time.
“Of course, time constraints did not allow for an in-depth exchange of views, but nevertheless, they spoke about the level of bilateral trade and economic relations, which in no way corresponds to the potential of our two countries,” Peskov said.
The presidents agreed to “see” what factors are preventing the horizons of our trade and economic exchange from expanding, Peskov noted.
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