Peskov commented on the handshake of Putin and Saudi crown Prince at the G20 summit

Peskov commented on the handshake of Putin and Saudi crown Prince at the G20 summit

Moscow. 3 Dec. INTERFAX.RU Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov commented on the greeting that passed between Vladimir Putin and crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, admitting that I had never seen the President so warmly greeted by someone from the world of politicians.


Russian President Putin and Saudi Crown Prince Salman bin embrace and laugh at the G20 in Argentina.

— NBC News (@NBCNews) November 30, 2018

Commenting on the words of the journalist that on the background of the accusations against the crown Prince, who many believe was involved in the murder of journalist Jamal Kalkaji in Turkey, Putin warmly greeted him at the summit, Peskov said: “the Russian side its relations with Saudi Arabia”.

“On the “margins” of the summit had a very meaningful conversation between President Putin and crown Prince. You know that in addition to issues of bilateral relations were also addressed and the topic of cooperation within OPEC+, — Peskov said. “Therefore, on the basis of interest in the future of bilateral relations and contacts at the highest level,” he continued.

Answering the question if he could remember exchanged whether Putin with someone from world leaders such a warm handshake, a press Secretary of the President said, “In my memory, no.”

However, he noted that Putin warm relations with a number of foreign colleagues. “Good personal relationships are the key to effective cooperation on a mutually beneficial basis,” he added.

Peskov also stressed that the government of Saudi Arabia is ready to participate in the investigation of the death of Kalkaji.

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