MOSCOW – US President Donald Trump ‘ s national security adviser, is due in Moscow Wednesday to lay the groundwork for a possible U.S.-Russia summit.
National security adviser John Bolton will meet the Russian Minister of Foreign affairs Sergey Lavrov and head to the Kremlin for a meeting with the Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Expectation is high for a possible Trump card-Putin meeting as Trump wants to repair strained relations with Russia. The ties between the two nations sank to a lowest point of the past few decades.
Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters that the discussions with Bolton will focus on international stability, regional issues and “the sorrow of the state of our bilateral relations.”
Lavrov has previously said that Moscow “is ready for the contacts.” Vienna, Austria has been mentioned as a possible location for a meeting, but no details have been made public.