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Trump calls Putin for a bilateral meeting in Washington

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(Reuters) Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that Trump during a telephone conversation with President Putin offered him a bilateral meeting in the US capital.

"If all is well, I hope that the US side will not cancel its offer by discussing the possibility of a bilateral summit. When the two presidents spoke by telephone, Trump offered to be the first meeting in the White House in Washington," Oshakov told a news conference. 
But the Russian politician stressed that the opportunity for such a meeting was not discussed in the first half of this year. 
"After this conversation, which took a positive direction, and touched on several topics, there was a disturbance in our relationship, the expulsion of 60 diplomats Russia, and the closure of the Russian Consulate General, forcing the Russian side to respond in kind." 
"For this reason, the issue of organizing a bilateral leaders' summit was not raised after March 20," he added.
"The two presidents discussed the bilateral meeting in the not-too-distant future and a number of possible venues, including the White House," White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said. 
The two presidents met twice in Hamburg and the second at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Dan Wang, Vietnam.



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Kremlin: Trump proposed Putin's meeting at the White House

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US President Donald Trump has proposed a White House venue for a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin when they discussed the idea of ​​a meeting by telephone last month, a Kremlin aide said.

Yuri Ushakov said on Monday that since the March 20 call, there had been no progress in preparations for a possible summit due to a diplomatic row. 
"When the two presidents spoke by telephone, Trump proposed holding the first meeting in Washington at the White House," Oshakov told reporters. 
Trump called Putin last month to congratulate him on his election victory and told reporters he thought Putin and Putin would meet in the not-too-distant future. 
White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders did not confirm Putin's invitation, but said the two leaders discussed a number of venues for the possible meeting, including the White House. 
"We have nothing else to add right now," she told reporters on Monday. 
Mr Putin's reception at the White House instead of a neutral place could provoke anger at Trump's critics at home who accuse Russia of hostile acts against Western countries including the United States. 
Current and former members of the Trump team are being investigated for alleged collusion with Russia in the run-up to Trump's inauguration, which the latter denies. 
Since then, Washington has expelled 60 Russian diplomats and shut down the Russian consulate in Seattle over what has been said about Russia's role in poisoning a former Russian spy and his daughter in Britain. 
Moscow responded similarly to Washington. 
Russia denies involvement and has responded to diplomatic sanctions in the same way. 
"Because of these events, it is difficult to discuss the possibility of a summit meeting," Oshakov said. 


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