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Putin and Trump to discuss in Helsinkicrisisin Syria and situation in Ukraine


10.07.2018

kremlin.ru

Russian and the US leaders will raise questions on the crisis in Syria and current situation in Ukraine, said the US Secretary Mike Pompeo, RT Channel reports.

Mike Pompeo has reassured that Washington is dealing with all sides of the conflict. According to him the main goal of the US is to make Russians, Syrians and Iranians “to follow political settlements.”

Earlier the Foreign Minister of Russia Sergey Lavrov has mentioned that Vladimir Putin is going to discuss with his American counterpart all aspects of the conflict settlement in Syria.

As we reported earlier, Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump will meet for talks in Helsinki on July 16. two leaders will discuss current issues in the prospects for bilateral relations, and the future development of Moscow and Washington cooperation.

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