Russian, Indonesian presidents begin talks in Kremlin
(Itar-Tass) - Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono have begun talks in the Kremlin. The meeting is taking place in Green Drawing-Room of the Grand Kremlin Palace, reports Trend.
After one-on-one talks, the presidents will continue the negotiations involving the delegations of the two countries.
About a dozen agreements are expected to be signed.
Putin and Yudhoyono, who is on an official visit to Russia, met at the APEC summit in Chile in 2004 and in South Korea in 2005.
During the Friday talks, the parties will focus on trade and economic cooperation, and interaction in the field of power generation, energy security, the oil and gas sector, a peaceful use of outer space and military cooperation.