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The two presidents will discuss Russian-South African strategic partnership in the context of the planned meeting of the intergovernmental committee on trade and economic cooperation, which will be held next November, the press service said.
Among the main issues are developing Russian-South African investment ties and increasing the bilateral trade turnover, including by increasing agricultural exports from South Africa. Special attention will be paid to multilateral cooperation in BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) to implement the results of the organization's sixth summit, which was held in Brazil in July.
The presidents will also exchange views on international and regional issues.