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Oct 24, 2018
7:53PM

Mosco expresses its willingness to discuss possibility of Trump-Putin summit in Washington

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Mosco has expressed its willingness to discuss the possibility of a summit in Washington next year between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US counterpart Donald Trump.

Talking to mediapersons in Moscow, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said this after US National Security Advisor John Bolton told Russia's Interfax news agency that such a summit could be possible. 

Bolton who reached Moscow on Sunday, held talks with President Putin and other Russian officials. 

Later at a press conference, he said that US President Trump wished to meet Mr. Putin at the World War I commemorations.

Bolton's visit came just after Mr Trump announced that the US would pull out of a Cold War-era nuclear weapons treaty.

 

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