Vladimir Putin wants to have a summit with Donald Trump

Vladimir Putin has told Russian billionaires to stay in their homeland along with their money in the wake of the Roman Abramovich visa row. The Chelsea FC owner

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Putin said that some nations, including Austria, have offered to host his summit with Trump, should they have one.

'As soon as the USA side is ready, the meeting will take place, depending, of course, on my working schedule'.

Trump and Putin have spoken by phone eight times, according to readouts distributed by the White House.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel watches as President Donald Trump talks with IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde during the Gender Equality Advisory Council breakfast during the G-7 summit, June 9, 2018, in Charlevoix, Canada. "I fully agree with him", he said, adding that personal meetings and work by experts are needed to tackle the issue.

"As soon as the American side is ready this meeting would take place depending on my working schedule of course", Putin told reporters in the Chinese city of Qingdao.

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The American leader has repeatedly said he wants to improve relationships with Moscow.

Trump said on Friday that Russian Federation should have attended a Group of Seven summit in Canada over the weekend, an idea that even Moscow seemed to reject saying it was focused on other formats.

President Vladimir Putin on Friday welcomed football teams and fans from across the world to the World Cup, which begins in Russian Federation next week, assuring that everything effort had been "to ensure that all of our guests. feel at home". The protectionist policy has hurt most the European allies of the United States and alienated them from Washington.

"But I believe it's a technical issue", he said.

After the meeting, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did not mince words, calling the USA tariffs "insulting" and saying: "Canadians, we're polite, we're reasonable, but we also will not be pushed around".

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"We reiterate our condemnation of the illegal annexation of Crimea and reaffirm our enduring support for Ukrainian sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity within its internationally recognised borders", the G7 statement said.

Speaking after the summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization on Sunday, Putin said: "Once again, nothing concrete was said".

Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation", former US ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice criticized President Donald Trump for his remarks at the G7 summit a day earlier in Charlevoix, Quebec tying former President Barack Obama to Russia's "annexation" of Crimea. The addition of South Asian rivals India and Pakistan have also raised questions about the group's long-term cohesiveness.

Mr. Putin said in a Russian television interview that a meeting with Trump would be "useful".

Describing the Iran nuclear deal as an important outcome of multilateralism, Xi said the deal is conducive to safeguarding peace and stability in the Middle East and the global non-proliferation regime, and should continue to be implemented earnestly.

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They also stepped up Trump's assault on Trudeau himself - unprecedented in the neighbouring countries' longstanding relationship. They could also damage Japan and Germany. "If we're unable to make a deal we'll terminate Nafta", Trump said Friday morning.

La Malbaie (Canada): G7 leaders pledged on Sunday to ensure Iran's nuclear program remains peaceful in a joint statement between the USA and European allies angered by Donald Trump's pullout from an internationally-agreed accord.

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