Russian President Vladimir Putin intends to discuss issues of disarmament, the global economy and the problems of North Korea and Iran at a meeting with his American counterpart Barack Obama, RIA Novosti reported.
The leaders of the two countries will meet at G-20 summit in St. Petersburg.
"I very much hope that I will be able to talk with my American counterpart within the G-20 summit at Petersburg. I am sure that even if the meeting takes place during work hours within the summit, it will be useful," Putin said in interview to Russian First Channel and American agency Associated Press.
"In any case we have a lot of questions of joint interest and solutions we both need to find.
This is a disarmament agenda. These are the same issues related to the development of the world economy, the issues related to North Korea and Iran's problems. And a lot of other topics and matters the solution of which is of common interest for the United States and Russia," he added.
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