Russian President Vladimir Putin today reiterated his call to form a common front, under the leadership of the United Nations, against international terrorism, speaking at the summit of the G-20 Group in Hamburg, Germany.
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تاریخ انتشار: ۱۷ تير ۱۳۹۶ - ۱۰:۴۲ 08 July 2017
Russian President Vladimir Putin today reiterated his call to form a common front, under the leadership of the United Nations, against international terrorism, speaking at the summit of the G-20 Group in Hamburg, Germany.

Terrorism is a scourge that must be tackled jointly, said the Russian president at a meeting of the Brics leaders (Brazil, Russia, China, India and South Africa) in the framework of the Summit of the 20 largest economies in the world, reports Moscow´s television.

That is the reason because we reiterate our call to the G-20 to join forces that evil, in order to guarantee the blockade of political, economic, social and ideological causes that allow the development of terrorism, he explained.

At the same time, Putin ruled against the practice of imposing restrictions on trade with a visible politicization of these measures, but aimed at eliminating competitors in the market, he said.

The G-20 must uphold the principle of open, equal and mutually advantageous trade, as well as guided by the general rules of the World Trade Organization, he said.

For us, the Group of 20 should have a greater contribution in creating a fairer model of global development that guarantees sustained development and helps reduce the imbalance accumulated between countries, he added.

The Russian head of state plans to meet with his American counterpart, Donald Trump, as part of the G-20 summit in Hamburg, where anti-globalization groups have been fighting anti-riot police since yesterday.
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