On the first day of the summit (July 7) the President of Russia is expected to take part in the informal retreat devoted to the discussion of the anti-terrorist struggle and two working meetings on global economic growth and trade, climate and energy.
On the second day of the summit – July 8 – the President and his colleagues in the G20 Group will continue an in-depth exchange of views in another two meetings – on facilitating Africa’s development and on promoting cooperation in healthcare, migration, employment, and the digital economy.
At the summit’s closing meeting the participants will adopt a final communique with a list of working documents that will be endorsed by the leaders. Argentina will present the priorities of its presidency in the G20 in 2018.
President Putin’s agenda in Hamburg provides for his participation in an informal meeting of BRICS leaders, which will be held by tradition on the eve of the G20 summit. The President is also planning a number of bilateral contacts with G20 heads of state and government.