Trump and Putin meet in Hamburg during G20 summit
The American president Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have together Friday for the first time since the presidency of Trump met in Hamburg during the G20 summit.
According to Trump, was the meeting “very good”. “We have a lot of things discussed”.
The American leader tweeted on Friday that he looks forward. “I look at all of the meetings with world leaders, including my meeting with Vladimir Putin. We have much to discuss.”
Trump is positive about talks with Putin
Trump has Thursday the allegations regarding the Russian hacking attempts during the American elections in 2016 again weakened. He said that “no one is sure what happened”.
“I think Russia learned to sit, but people in other countries to manipulate also. I don’t want to name names, but I think there are a lot of people who are in business mix,” said Trump.
Earlier on Thursday criticized Trump Russia as a “destabilising factor” in regards to Poland. Trump promised Poland aid in the event that Russia threatens. A spokesman of the Kremlin regretted that and said that there is little mutual understanding between Moscow and Washington.
World leaders at G20 summit
All the leaders of the G20 summit pose for a group photo.
Merkel welcomes Donald Trump in Hamburg.
The French president Emmanuel Macron and Merkel at the start of the G20 summit.
Merkel welcomes Putin.
Merkel with the Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau.
Merkel and the Chinese president The Chinese president Xi Jinping.
Macron with Merkel.
Trump arrives at the top.
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan with Merkel.
Erdogan with the British prime minister, Theresa May.
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The American minister of Foreign Affairs Rex Tillerson ran to the top ahead by willingness to demonstrate working with Russia in the conflict in Syria. Russia and the united states have disagreements about Syria, partly as a result of American air strikes on Syrian forces by Russia will be supported.
During the G20 summit, the nineteen most important economies in the world and the European Union met to discuss various economic topics. The netherlands is not a member, but as a special invited guest. Prime minister Mark Rutte and Finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem are present.
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