Prime Minister Theresa may became the first leader of a foreign state, who met with the President of the United States Donald trump. He held talks with her in Washington on January 27.
After the meeting, Donald trump said that he will visit the UK in 2017, accepting the invitation of Queen Elizabeth II submitted by Teresa may. The President noted that the US and Britain link the special relationship, and recalled that his mother was born in Scotland.
At the talks, the two leaders discussed a number of issues, including the situation with the Alliance of NATO, sanctions against Russia, trade relations and Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.
Donald trump said that remains 100% faithful to the commitments to allies in the NATO bloc, noting that some organizations need to be reformed to meet the requirement of the time.
Regarding sanctions Theresa may said that the restrictions should remain in force as long as Russia does not fulfill obligations under the Minsk agreements. Trump, for his part, refused to directly comment on this subject and said that he would like to maintain excellent relations with all States.
Theresa may also said that trump had won the election, contrary to the opinions of all experts, because on his side there were hopes of working people throughout the country.
The President, in turn, said that a British exit from the European Union will go to the Kingdom of good.