G20: Obama met Putin
Obama and Putin are having talks on the sidelines of G20 Summit
US President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, 5 September, are meeting on the sidelines of G20 Summit in Guangzhou.
Russian FM Sergei Lavrov, presidential adviser Yuriy Ushakov, and the press secretary Dmitry Peskov, reported by "Interfax". Talks between the heads of the two heads of the states went fairly well, as reported by Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Russian president.
As it was reported last time Putin and Obama had a personal meeting at the International Conference on Climate Change in Paris in November 2015, the leaders then sat behind closed doors for more than an hour.
Kremlin remained satisfied with President Barack Obama and Russian leader Vladimir Putin talks on the sidelines of G20 summit in China.
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