Trump and Putin agree to hold bilateral summit

Trump and Putin agree to hold bilateral summit


The presidents of EE. UU and Russia, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, will soon hold a summit, the Kremlin reported at the end of a meeting in Moscow between Putin and US security adviser John Bolton.

Russland Wladimir Putin & US-Sicherheitsberater John Bolton (Reuters / Sputnik / Kremlin / A. Druzhinin)Russian President Waldimir Putin receives US security adviser John Bolton (right) in Moscow

Russian President Vladimir Putin and US National Security Advisor John Bolton agreed today (27.06.2018) to hold a summit between the head of the Kremlin and the president of the United States. UU., Donald Trump.

The summit will be held in a third country and the place and date will be announced on Thursday, Interfax news agency Yuri Ushakov, Putin’s foreign policy adviser, told Interfax news agency. The meeting could be held during Trump’s European tour, in mid-July. According to journalistic versions, Helsinki or Vienna is being thought of as the place of the summit.

“A very comfortable place for both Russia and the US has been chosen for the summit, it is a third country,” Putin’s adviser on international affairs Yuri Ushakov announced after the meeting between Bolton and the Russian leader in the Kremlin. . He added that the date and place of the meeting between the presidents will be announced tomorrow.

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