Putin Briefs Russian Security Council on His Meetings at the Berlin Conference – Al Marsad

After his return to Moscow following his participation in the Libya Summit in Berlin, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday convened with members of the Russian Security Council.

[Libya, 20 January 2020] – According to a press release by the Kremlin, President Putin briefed the members of the Russain Security Council on his participation in the Berlin  Conference on Libya which was held on 19 January, and reviewed with them a number of issues pertaining to the event including his bilateral contacts with the heads of states and governments who took part in the meetings and on the sidelines of the conference.

Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov announced that the Kremlin positively evaluated the Berlin conference as an important step towards a settlement, stressing that the work will continue under the auspices of the United Nations.

The Berlin conference was held in Berlin on Sunday with the participation of countries including the United States, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom, the People’s Republic of China, the Republic of France, the Republic of Italy, the Republic of Turkey, Arab Republic of Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, the Republic of the Congo, and the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria.