SAFAKNA TURKEY- Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said they had discussed issues of national currency trade with their Turkish, Chinese and Brazilian counterparts, with whom they held bilateral talks at the G20 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov poses for the camera after the meeting of the G20 foreign ministers in the Indian capital New Delhi. Lavrov said that on the sidelines of the summit, he held separate meetings with Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, his Chinese counterpart Qin Gan and Brazilian counterpart Mauro Vieira, where the issue of transferring to accounts in national currencies was discussed.
“The transition to new supply chains in order to protect against arbitrary sanctions and other unofficial actions of the West, the transition to national currency agreements in connection with the severe misuse of the US dollar were discussed in my meetings with my Turkish, Chinese and Brazilian colleagues,” Lavrov said.
Lavrov also reported abuses against them in the trading of the euro and the Japanese yen.
“RUSSIA DOES NOT REJECT PROPOSALS FOR SERIOUS NEGOTIATIONS TO RESOLVE THE UKRAINIAN CRISIS”
Referring to the war in Ukraine, Lavrov said: “We have publicly stated many times that we never reject serious proposals that demonstrate sincere efforts to find a political solution to the crisis. Let me remind you again. “I don’t remember that at least one of our Western colleagues or even some other states called Ukraine for negotiations while we were called for negotiations,” he said.
- “Game year” of exit from “Islam Memish”
- Albanian Prime Minister Rama: I congratulate President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and UN Secretary General António Guterres on their firm determination
- The loss of human lives has increased to 40 thousand 642!
- queue of “cheap meat” in Ankara
- Tap water warning in earthquake area!
- Former minister Faruk Celik started the war or landed on the battlefield? Who did he call “poop” in the media? – News details
- Cases on the rise in China
- Experts advise strengthening children’s immunity
- OECD publishes its second Economic Outlook report for 2022
- Dollar – euro how much today?