Sunday, January 15, 2017

The Kremlin Team Trump Deny Talk About Of A Meeting With Putin In

The Kremlin Team Trump Deny Talk About Of A Meeting With Putin In
US President-elect Donald Trump team and the Kremlin denied on Sunday that there is an intention to hold a meeting between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Iceland after weeks.


The newspaper "Sunday Times" British said Sunday that Trump intends to meet with Putin in Iceland within weeks, quoted British sources said that Trump wants to start improving relations with the Kremlin.

The newspaper said the meeting could be held in Iceland, which participated in the reconstruction of relations between the Soviet Union and the United States during the Reykjavik summit in 1986 between US presidents Ronald Reagan and Soviet Mikhail Gorbachev.




She Sunday Times that Donald Trump, who will take over in the January 20 presidential responsibilities, will begin work on an agreement with Russia to reduce nuclear weapons.

In response to a question in this regard, he said a spokeswoman for Trump, said the news "completely untrue."

For his part, spokesman for the Russian presidency, Dmitry Peskov Sunday: "Currently there are not any talks on a meeting" of this kind, according to the RIA Novosti news agency.

The Icelandic government has announced for its part that it is not aware of this meeting, a draft, but it will be ready to host a meeting allows the improvement of relations between Moscow and Washington.

The foreign minister said Godlegaur Thor Thordarson "The Icelandic government has not received a request in this regard."




Donald Trump does not hide his satisfaction to Vladimir Putin, he has questioned US intelligence with information about Russian intervention in his favor on the eighth of November elections. But he acknowledged Wednesday for the first time that Russia was behind the IT piracy for the Democratic Party.

It can lift the United States imposed sanctions on Russia if it made to Washington to help to deal with the extremists, for example, as the president-elect also said in an interview with the newspaper "Wall Street Journal" reported Friday

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