Source Pravda.Ru

Lavrov and Powell discuss upcoming G-8 summit

Sergei Lavrov, Russia's foreign minister, and Colin Powell, the U.S. secretary of state, discussed the agenda of the upcoming G-8 summit in Sea Island (U.S.).

The department of information and the Foreign Ministry press service reported that on Sunday Mr. Lavrov had a telephone conversation with Mr. Powell.

"In the context of preparations for the upcoming G-8 summit this summer in Sea Island, Sergei Lavrov and Colin Powell exchanged opinions about the agenda of the forum," the Foreign Ministry reported.

The situation in Iraq, including security issues, was discussed.

According to the Foreign Ministry, a number of other pressing international issues were also discussed.

Comments
Russia strongly opposed to reinstating death penalty
Russia's new torpedo carrying 100-megaton nuclear warhead nullifies USA's Prompt Global Strike
Can Russia perform under Soviet flag during 2018 Winter Olympics?
What lies beneath Iran protests
Report about USSR's unique lunar mission declassified
US diplomat makes fool of himself in the Netherlands
Report about USSR's unique lunar mission declassified
German experts name Russia's most dangerous weapon
German experts name Russia's most dangerous weapon
Russian poultry stuffed with antibiotics and dangerous bacteria
Keys to understanding the world from Feminism - Science and Feminism
Sheep disrupt the work of US missile defences in Romania
The Large Families that rule the world
Russians name their biggest sexual taboos
Russia's new torpedo carrying 100-megaton nuclear warhead nullifies USA's Prompt Global Strike
Ukraine suspicious about Russia's intention to give away rusty ships to Kiev
Keys to understanding the world from Feminism - Science and Feminism
You're invited to death penalty: Barbaric traditions of world's most progressive states
Russia's new torpedo carrying 100-megaton nuclear warhead nullifies USA's Prompt Global Strike
Russia's new torpedo carrying 100-megaton nuclear warhead nullifies USA's Prompt Global Strike
Russian poultry stuffed with antibiotics and dangerous bacteria