All eyes are on Argentina as the most powerful heads of state descend on Buenos Aires for the G20 summit, and Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman certainly put on a show.
The summit is the Saudi prince's first significant appearance overseas since the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the kingdom's Istanbul Consulate.
Canada, France, the USA and Germany have imposed targeted sanctions related to the murder of the prominent Saudi journalist.
Putin and bin Salman are among the two most controversial figures at the summit in Buenos Aires, having both come under global criticism recently, and they seemed to bond over the shared experience.
"Don't worry", MbS can be heard saying.
Mr. Trump has given Salman, known by his initials as MBS, the benefit of the doubt over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, arguing the U.S.
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A cryptic exchange between the pair on Friday was caught on video and shared by the English-language Saudi Gazette.
Later in the one-minute clip Macron says: "You never listen to me" and the crown prince replies: "I will listen, of course".
"I am a man of my word", Macron adds.
Prince Mohammed and Russian President Vladimir Putin both grinned broadly and greeted each other with an enthusiastic, thumping handshake that resembled a high-five, and hearty laughter.
At one point, President Trump can be seen walking behind the two leaders, paying them no attention.
Before the G20 formally started, Mr Trump joined the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto to sign the deal that will replace NAFTA (the North American Free Trade Agreement). On Wednesday, Senators voted to move forward a bill that would put an end to USA support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen, which has caused a humanitarian disaster.
Trump eventually canceled his plans to meet with the Russian president at the G20 because of the incident, but Russian officials said Friday morning that Trump and Putin would have an "impromptu meeting" on the sidelines.