An aide to the Russian President, Yury Ushakov said that the meeting of US President Donald Trump with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the G20 summit in Osaka is scheduled for Friday, June 28. It will be about an hour long, and presidential teams will also participate in it. The meeting will be held in the negotiation zone for the presidents, reports Radio Liberty.
According to Ushakov, Putin and Trump plan to discuss the general state of bilateral affairs, issues of strategic stability, and regional conflicts, in particular, Syria, the Korean Peninsula, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Venezuela, and the "Iranian program."
The US Administration said before that the meeting of Trump and Putin in Osaka will be one of a series of Trump's meetings with several foreign leaders. The US Council on Foreign Relations Richard Nathan Haass said that "nothing is prepared" for the meeting in Osaka. He noted that relations between Moscow and Washington "are in a bad state."