Kremlin: Putin and Trump agreed to meet at the G20 summit

According to the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Peskov, presidents of the United States and Russia, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, confirmed their intention to talk during the G-20 summit in Argentina, writes Interfax.

Peskov, answering the question whether the leaders of the two countries confirmed their intention to talk separately in the capital of Argentina, said: "Yes. We agreed to meet there."

Earlier, Putin said that he was able to talk with Trump in Paris on November 11. At the same time, the press secretary of the Russian president said that the heads of state greeted each other during a working breakfast in the capital of France, but there was no opportunity to talk.

  Russia, Trump, Putin, G-20, USA

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