“Things have, perhaps surprisingly, gone in a better direction,” Sauli Niinisto, the President of Finland, said.
This way, he refused to comment on the course of the meeting, yet he confirmed that the U.S. interest to such possibility has increased.
“Officials have started looking at possible dates for the meeting,” the news agency reads.
Last time, the Presidents met in Helsinki on July 16 and talked tete-a-tete for more than an hour.
Earlier, President Petro Poroshenko met with American President Donald Trump in the lobbies of the UN General Assembly in New York.