Russia reveals main objective of meeting between Trump, Putin
The Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov confirmed that the main aim of the meeting between the Russian and US presidents in the second half of the year was to unify positions under the United States’ decision to withdraw from the agreement on the disposal of intermediate and short-range nuclear missiles.
Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov made the remarks to reporters and said the main aim of the meeting was to “adjust the hours”.
And added, “There are still a lot of issues related to strategic stability, especially in light of the announcement by the United States intentions to withdraw from the convention on the disposal of medium and short-range missiles,” according to the agency Sputnik.
Peskov said when he was asked about the planned meeting on November 11 in Paris.
“so far there are no details. The preparation has just begun, so it’s too early to talk about it,” The Russian President’s Assistant, Yuri Ushakov, announced earlier that President Vladimir Putin will meet US President Trump during his visit to Paris on next November 11. Russian journalist Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump had no details about the meeting. The press secretary did not mention Russian President Dmitry Peskov about the lack of details about the upcoming meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US Donald Trump.