The President of the United States Donald trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin will meet for bilateral talks on Friday, July 7, in the framework of the G20 summit, which starts this week in Hamburg.
About it writes on Tuesday, July 4, the news Agency Reuters with reference to the press service of the White house.
On the eve of the Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov said that politicians are going in the course of this meeting to discuss international terrorism and the situation in Syria and Ukraine.
«I heard that the Americans, if this is true, and true, I want to raise the issue of Syria and Ukraine,» – said Ushakov, calling the discussion of these topics is «logical».
«But we believe that in General, the problem of international terrorism between the two leaders of the major powers need to discuss too in the first place, because without the cooperation of Russia and the United States is unlikely this problem will overcome them» – quotes RIA Novozhilova Russian official.
Ushakov also said that there are a number of other issues that Moscow is ready to discuss the situation in the region, arms control and strategic stability. According to him, Russia and the United States, the largest nuclear powers, have a special responsibility for stability in the world.