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He will also attend the 53rd Munich Security Conference.
The foreign ministers are expected to pave the way for the G20 Summit in Hamburg in July as well as discuss 2030 sustainable development goals.
They will also likely discuss issues of multilateralism and globalizations, particularly as many countries fear that America’s policies will turn toward protectionism with Donald Trump in the White House.
The security conference will debate crritical issues facing global security, the role of NATO, relations with Russia and the aftermath of the Syrian civil war.
Meanwhile, Japan’s Foreign Minister announced on Tuesday that he will meet his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov on the sidelines of the G20 meeting.
The BRICS Post with inputs from Agencies