MOSCOW, November 29. /TASS/. The G20 summit in Bali ended in a Russian victory, since Moscow’s stance was taken into account and no Western dominance was observed, Russia’s G20 Sherpa Svetlana Lukash said in an interview with Vedomosti, published on Tuesday.
"I think we have clinched a victory in Bali. Russia’s stance found its reflection, and the Western view is no longer dominant," she said.
Moreover, any cooperation, any interaction or a joint achievement gives rise to a wave of further positive changes, Lukash added. "So, I do not rule out that Russia will see more support from other countries following this work at the G20 and that could have a positive impact on both bilateral relations and the international community in general," the Russian Sherpa said.
There are more than 50 paragraphs in the declaration adopted after the G20 summit. Among other things, the document reflects various views on Ukraine. Moscow has described the declaration as a triumph for common sense.