25 September 2020

Trump plans to invite Putin to G7 summit in US

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US President Donald Trump said he would invite Russian leader Vladimir Putin to the G7 summit in the United States. reports citing Russian media.

"I certainly would invite him to the meeting. I think he’s an important factor," Trump told a White House briefing on Monday answering a question.

Trump also told reporters he was considering plans of holding the G7 summit after the November election. "I’m much more inclined to do it sometime after the election."

According to Trump, the US has not yet formally invited leaders. "We haven’t sent out invitations. We’re talking to them," he said, noting that there were plans on inviting countries that aren’t formal members of the G7.

2020.08.11 / 20:12
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