November 27, 2012 09:30
Putin to deliver video address Dec 1 on Russia's presidency in G20 - newspaper
MOSCOW. Nov 27 (Interfax) - President Vladimir Putin's video address on December 1 will highlight Russia's priorities as the G20's coordinator, the daily Kommersant wrote on Tuesday.
"Putin's special video address will highlight the strategy of Russia's presidency in this organization," the newspaper writes.
Also, a Web site will be launched on December 1 to cover Russia's G20 presidency, it said.
St. Petersburg will host a G20 summit on September 5 and 6 2013, Kremlin chief of staff Sergei Ivanov confirmed on Monday.
Putin plans to attend four international events as a minimum in December, the Kommersant writes. He will visit Istanbul on December 3, attend a CIS summit in Ashgabat on December 5, fly to Brussels on December 21 for a Russia-EU summit and travel to Delhi on December 24 for a Russian-Indian summit, the newspaper said.
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