The heat is on;
The G20 summit in Hangzhou, China, has ended. Pravda.Ru asked experts to share their opinions about the results of the summit.
MGIMO Professor Andranik Migranyan:
“I think that the G20 meeting after the sharp phase of the global economic crisis in 2008-2009 has become like a meeting place in the fields, rather than a platform to discuss important issues of the world economy,” the expert said. According to him, most of the attention at the summit was paid to Putin’s meetings with US President Barack Obama and Turkish President Erdogan. “All other events have gone into the background,” Andranik Migranyan said.
Noteworthy, US President Obama received a cold welcome in China. The Chinese authorities denied him a red carpet welcome in what was said to be a deliberate diplomatic snub. In addition, Obama was forced to disembark from Air Force One through an exit door in the belly of the…
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