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Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump discussed fighting terrorism

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Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump discussed fighting terrorism


03.05.2017

Russian President Vladimir Putin had a phone conversation with his American colleague Donald Trump, according to RIA Novosti. Its main topic was coordination of anti-terrorism efforts of both countries in Syria. Besides, Putin and Trump discussed the situation on the Korean Peninsula.

Russian leader underlined the importance of the reserved reaction and lowering tension. They agreed that mutual work has to be conducted in order to search for a diplomatic decision until full and exhaustive resolution of the conflict situation.

Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump agreed about further contacts over the phone. They also are going to arrange a personal meeting during G20 Summit planned in July in Hamburg, Germany.

Countries’ leaders agreed to enhance a dialogue between Russian and American Foreign Ministries in order to find possible ways out of the Syrian crisis. In their opinion, it will become a beginning of conflict settlement in this Middle-East country and in the whole region as well.

The Kremlin noted that the phone conversation was business-like and productive; the White House added that it was a very good interaction.

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