In Moscow has passed a press-conference of Minister of foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov and his colleague from Saudi Arabia Adel al-Jubeir, on which the head of the Russian diplomatic Department allowed myself to swear. Probably the sudden comment was meant for correspondents who interfere with the diplomats.
The Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov and his colleague from Saudi Arabia Adel al-Jubayr held in Moscow shared a press conference following the talks. During the concert a foreign official leader of the Russian foreign Ministry announced the sudden comment.
Despite the desire looked at this fragment to inflate diplomatic scandal, the clue was easier than it might seem. Lavrov swore, glancing at the auditorium, where dwelt the adepts of the press. Probably the comment was addressed to someone from correspondents.
Confirm this version and the words of the Minister at the end echoed around the Network video. The diplomat began to speak, stopped and asked, directly addressing someone behind the scenes: "bother you."
"I can say that all substantive, he said, it's in the transcript, that it was audible on the recording. And to explain the noises, coughing, some interjections is to the subject of the negotiations does not apply", - quotes "Moscow speaking" head of the Department of information and press of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.
In the process of negotiations, the Ministers continued in Qatar to discuss the situation in the middle East and North Africa. For a start they were concerned the situation in Syria, but not paid attention to Libya, Yemen and Iraq. Russia and Saudi Arabia agreed on the need to combine efforts in the fight against the terrorist group "Islamic state" and other radical movements in the region, Lavrov said.
He added that bilateral relations between Moscow and Riyadh given the strong momentum that will enable us to develop constructive cooperation in such spheres as energy, peaceful nuclear energy, investment cooperation, joint projects in agriculture and civil engineering. The sides held constructive consultations that enabled thoroughly to dwell on all matters of interest.
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