US President fails to rule out accepting Russian claim on Crimea

US President fails to rule out accepting Russian claim on Crimea

US President fails to rule out accepting Russian claim on Crimea

US President Donald Trump, who is expected to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin within weeks, wants to clarify Moscow's position and lay bare Washington's approaches, US National Security Adviser told Fox News on Sunday.

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The summit may last several hours with the two presidents having a tete-a-tete in the middle of the day and then together with their delegations, Kremlin aide Yuri Ushakov said following the talks between Putin and Bolton.

"What President Putin said, through a translator, of course, but what he said was, there was no meddling in 2016 by the 'Russian state.'".

Russian Federation 24, a government-funded network covering domestic and global news, criticised the issue of cyber security being included in Mr Putin's planned discussions with American officials.

Asked if the United States would recognize Crimea as part of Russia, Trump said: "We're going to have to see". "Spain, France, it's unfair what they've done to the United States".

Speaking to reporters aboard the Air Force One, Trump, who is off to New Jersey for the weekend, said, "We don't want anyone tampering with elections". "We'll be talking about world events", Mr Trump said yesterday.

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When he finished, Wallace said, "Well, you say some of the things that we listed, these were all obviously reported, some of them were clearly true".

The Helsinki summit will mark the first formal one-on-one meeting between the two leaders since Trump took office, though the two met during an aside at last year's G-20 summit and have spoken at an APEC summit. When asked about Putin's schedule during the July 16 summit, Peskov noted, "It is too early to talk about it, work to agree it is in progress".

Accepting that Crimea is never to return to Ukrainian control would be a major concession to Russian Federation, which is languishing under tough worldwide trade sanctions over its actions. "Don't forget, President Obama gave up Crimea", he said.

The Kremlin leader, on the other hand, can expect to gain a great deal from a Russia-US summit.

"We'll be talking about elections".

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