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NEW DELHI, August 31 (Itar-Tass) - India supports three Russia-proposed themes and priorities for discussion of key economic and financial problems at the G20 summit in St Petersburg.
Montek Singh Ahluwalia, the Indian Sherpa and deputy chairman of the Planning Commission of India, told Itar-Tass on Saturday that it would be impossible to select a separate subject that would be more important than the other themes. “We support all of them. The most important thing is to make considerable progress,” he said.
The G20 official website says that the main task of the Russian chairmanship was to focus the efforts of the world’s biggest economies on the solution of key economic and financial problems that can influence economic growth and the creation of new jobs in all countries of the world.
Russia believes that activities aimed at creating conditions for the solution of the aforesaid problems should move in three priority directions: stimulation of investments, promotion of market trust and transparency and more efficient regulation.