Putin and Trump Paris meeting cancelled

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Putin and Trump Paris meeting cancelled

2018-11-07 10:25:44 160 ℃

According to the Russian "Kommersant" report, at the request of the French side, the all-round meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Trump in Paris has been cancelled.

The Kommersant News reported on the 6th that according to European diplomats who have information, the Paris meeting between Putin and Trump has been cancelled.

The second Putal was originally scheduled to take place on November 11th during the commemoration of the centenary of the end of the First World War in the two heads of state.

The source of the "Kommersant" said that the opposition to the meeting was the French President Mark Long.

Marcon believes that the Russia-US summit may cover the limelight of the commemoration.

Russian Presidential Press Secretary Peskov said on November 5th: "It is true that it is difficult to hold detailed talks in Paris. The agenda of the multilateral event to commemorate the centennial of the end of the First World War is not allowed to be held like this. Meeting."

Peskov said that the leaders of Russia and the United States will definitely discuss the possibility of holding such meetings in the future.

Peskov stressed that the change in the form of the presidential meeting between the two countries has nothing to do with the differences between the two countries.

According to the Associated Press quoted Trump, "I am not sure we will meet in Paris, maybe not."

Trump said: "We will Meeting at the G20 summit in Argentina. We should have many meetings in the future."