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Putin invites Trump to celebrate Victory Day in Moscow in 2020

According to Kremlin spokesman Peskov, Trump "positively perceived" the invitation
19:10, 28 June 2019
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The New York Post
Russian President Vladimir Putin invited U.S. President Donald Trump to Russia to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II in Moscow in 2020. This was announced on June 28 in Japan, where the G20 summit is taking place, TASS reports.

According to Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, Trump "positively perceived" the invitation and said that he would wait for the official invitation.

"Such a proposal will be sent to the White House in the coming days," Peskov said.
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The meeting between Putin and Trump at the Osaka summit lasted for an hour and a half. According to the White House, the presidents, in particular, discussed the situation in Iran, Syria, Venezuela and Ukraine.

The G20 summit has begun in Osaka, Japan on June 28. The leaders of the countries with the most powerful economics plan to discuss during two days the state of the world economy, trade conflict, climate issues and crisis in the Persian Gulf as Deutsche Welle reported.

Besides, the leading politicians of the world plan to hold a number of bilateral meetings. Particularly, Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel has already held meetings with U.S. President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. It is also planned that chancellor will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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