Kremlin: Putin had a telephone conversation with his Indonesian counterpart

According to the Kremlin’s press service, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indonesian President Joko Widodo discussed by telephone bilateral relations and the implementation of the agreements reached during Widodo’s visit to Russia.

In an office statement released today Thursday, Ga said: “Issues vital to the development of Russian-Indonesian relations were discussed, with a focus on implementing the agreements reached during Widodo’s recent visit to Russia, including the intensification of a number of major bilateral projects. in the sphere of economy and trade”.

The statement added that Putin congratulated Widodo and the Indonesian people on Independence Day, which the country celebrated on Wednesday.

He continued: “The issue of global food security was discussed. In particular, Vladimir Putin spoke about the efforts being made by Russia in cooperation with Turkey and the UN Secretariat to stabilize the situation on the world grain and fertilizer markets.”

Putin and Fidodo also discussed preparations for the G20 summit, which will be held on the Indonesian island of Bali next November.

Source: TASS

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