Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit Germany for negotiations with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on August 18, Interfax reports with a reference to Dmitriy Peskov, Spokesperson of the Russian President.
Earlier, on Monday, Dmitriy Peskov, Spokesperson of the Russian President stated on the international travel of Putin at the end of the week. Although he didn’t specify the country, the President is going to visit.
In his turn, Steffen Seibert, Official Representative of the Cabinet of Minister of Germany claimed the reporters that Merkel will have Putin at Meseberg Government Residency on August 18.
According to Seibert, the sides will discuss the relevant issues of foreign policy, including the resolution of Syrian problems, the situation in the east of Ukraine and issues in the energy realm.
Reportedly, leaders of the USA and Russia met at the presidential palace in Helsinki today on July 16. Putin claimed that he had regularly had conversations with Trump over the last months via a telephone and at the international events; however, it is time to clearly talk about the bilateral relations and the main problems in the world.
Trump claimed that together with the Russian leader they were going to discuss trade, commerce and military issues related to nuclear capabilities. ‘Our countries have a chance to significantly better the relations,’ he said.