Siluanov said in a phone call, Censor.NET reports citing Bloomberg.
His talks with Ukrainian Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko, mediated by Germany, will be held at the G-20 meeting in Lima, Peru, Siluanov said. They'll discuss various issues, including Ukraine's $3 billion bond owed to Russia, according to Siluanov.
Ukraine failed to bring Russia to the table when it began negotiating with creditors to reduce its $23 billion of international debt. Russia insisted the $3 billion bond, bought from the regime of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich as part of an aid agreement and which comes due in December, shouldn't be included in the restructuring as Russia isn't a private lender.
Ukraine invited Russia, along with its other Eurobond holders to vote by Oct. 14 on the debt-restructuring deal, which includes a 20 percent principal writedown, higher average coupons and warrants tied to gross domestic product growth.
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