US President Joe Biden told the leaders of the G20 countries at a summit in Rome about the need to ensure a sufficient level of energy supply in world markets, TASS reports.
According to the American leader, this is especially important “at a time when we are making a long-term transition to a carbon-free economy.”
It also became known that on October 31, Biden will hold a meeting with his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan. So far, the details of the meeting have not been given.
Speaking at the G20 summit via video link, the head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin called responsible behavior of not only suppliers, but also consumers as a condition for the stability of the energy market