MOSCOW, Feb. 15 (Xinhua) -- Russian President Vladimir Putin said Friday that Moscow will focus on financial sector regulations during its presidency in the Group of Twenty (G20).
"We offer to discuss the priorities of the financial markets' development of instruments for investment financing and global trade," Putin told the meeting of the G20's financial policy makers.
"Regulation of the financial sector and its infrastructure both on global and national scale are among the priorities," the President added.
Putin also proposed setting the G20 agenda on the balanced economy growth and job creation, especially for the most vulnerable groups of population.
"I hope serious contribution to solve this problem will be made during our meeting with the (G20) labor ministers in July," Putin said.
Moscow hosts a two-day meeting of G20 finance ministers on Friday and Saturday ahead of the G20 summit in September.