Feedback

Trump, Putin could meet in Paris in November, - Russian presidential aide

The two leaders may hold the bilateral meeting after the solemn events devoted to 100th anniversary since the end of WWI
22:09, 23 October 2018

Voice of America

The French capital may host the meeting of Russian and American presidents. Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump could meet tet-a-tet after the solemn events devoted to 100th anniversary since the end of WWI; Yuriy Ushakov, the assistant of the Russian leader said this as quoted by Interfax news agency.

'During consultations between John Bolton (U.S. presidential counselor for national security, - 112 International) and representatives of our foreign and military teams, we agreed on the opportunity of the contact between the two presidents in Paris, at the events timed to the 100th anniversary since the ending of the First World War. The president confirmed that during his conversation with Bolton', Ushakov said.

Related: Trump's withdrawal from Russian nuclear pact plays into Putin's pocket, - media

According to him, the duration of the meeting will depend on the mutual agreement of the presidents.

Last time the two leaders met tet-a-tet in Helsinki in July. Russian presidential press secretary Dmitriy Peskov reported that they could meet another three times at various international events by the end of the year.

Related: How Russia cyber attacks helped Trump to the U.S. presidency

Related: Putin signs order on sanctions against Ukraine

Topics:
Система Orphus

If you find an error, highlight the desired text and press Ctrl + Enter, to tell about it

Comments
see more