Putin says World Cup has broken stereotypes about Russia

10 July, 2018, 12:02 | Author: Carlos George
  • President Vladimir Putin kicks a ball during a World Cup event in Moscow’s Red Square on June 28

Kremlin officials are in intense negotiations with their counterparts in Washington to strike at least one deal they hope will let President Donald Trump tout his summit with Vladimir Putin as a triumph that justifies steps to fix relations.

Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin will sit down in a room together in the Finnish capital on July 16 for their first summit meeting.

"You know, I think the fact that we're having a summit at this level, at this time in history, is a deliverable in itself", said Huntsman, adding that he "wouldn't underplay at all the importance of actually sitting down for the first time in a meeting-summit environment and discussing the issues that really matter most". The two leaders may meet without aides, as Trump and Kim did in Singapore, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.

"He told me to have our eyes open and make the right steps".

The US president, whose 2016 election campaign is being probed for possible collusion with Russian Federation, has said repeatedly he wants to have a good relationship with Washington's former Cold War foe, despite tensions between Russian Federation and the West over Ukraine, Syria and alleged election meddling around the world.

You say people are euphoric but we are not the people who should be euphoric, that is for you journalists.

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Russian Federation have been boosted by the return of experienced midfielder Alan Dzagoev.

Cherchesov noted, "Talking about criticism, if they trusted us or not, we trusted ourselves".

European allies are also concerned about election meddling by Russian Federation.

"They had a telephone conversation again after the match, with Putin praising the team for their lovely and strong-willed performance in the historic game against Croatia". But he said it would be up to Mr. Trump to choose how he wished to broach those topics with Mr. Putin. Putin is not willing to push Iran too hard and he can not rely on Trump. Mr. Trump in recent weeks has spoken openly about readmitting Russian Federation into the Group of 7, the club of industrialized democracies from which it was expelled in 2014 after Mr. Putin annexed Crimea. Chief among them, according to the official, is a discussion on Iran's role in Syria - an issue that Moscow is simultaneously coordinating with Tehran.

"Yesterday, there were tears", said defender Sergei Ignashevich. That said - he cautioned that "it's absolutely not realistic" to expect Iran to pull out of Syria alltogether.

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