“We haven’t set anything up yet. We don’t know that that’s going to be the right place. I’m going to be in Paris for other reasons. But we will be meeting at the G20. I’m not sure we’ll have a meeting in Paris. Probably not,” he stated.
At the end of the week, world leaders will gather in Paris on the occasion dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. It was expected that the presidents would have a meeting after the events, on November 11.
Earlier, Trump told the journalists that he did not know what he should discuss with Putin.
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.