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Putin denies information about Trump’s visit in Russia after inauguration
14:29, 17 November 2016
Putin denies information about Trump’s visit in Russia after inauguration

"It hasn’t been discussed, this is completely unproved information, a factoid", Peskov said

14:29, 17 November 2016

Associated Press

Information on the visit of US President-elect Donald Trump in Russia after his inauguration is not accurate. This was stated by the Press Secretary of the Russian President, Dmitry Peskov, writes TASS.

"As for now there have been no discussions of possible visit o Trump to Moscow. It is completely unproved information, a factoid", Peskov said.

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According to him, it is too early to speak about the visit of the American president in Russia.

"There could be no talks about his visit before the inauguration, and it is too early to speak about what will happen after it", concluded the Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation.

Note, previously the Russian newspaper Izvestia reported, citing a senior source in the US Republican Party, that US President-elect Donald Trump will visit Russia after the inauguration on January 20, 2017.

Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin held the first talks on the phone on November 14. The Kremlin said that Putin and Trump "came together to assess the current extremely poor condition" of US-Russian relations, and "spoke in favor of active joint work to their normalization in the direction of constructive cooperation on a wide range of issues."

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