Agenda of meeting between Putin and Trump in Paris requires clarification - Ryabkov
Agenda of the meeting between the presidents of Russia and the United States, Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump, which is expected to be held in Paris on November 11, still needs to be clarified, but Moscow is expects full-format and extremely practical conversation, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov told, TASS reports.
Earlier, Aide to the Russian President Yury Ushakov said that Moscow and Washington had reached a preliminary agreement on holding a meeting of heads of state on the sidelines of events marking the 100th anniversary of the end of the World War I.
"A preliminary agreement on a meeting in Paris on November 11 has been reached. And we proceed from the fact that this will be a full-length meeting. That is, this is not a quick meeting, or a meeting on the go," Ryabkov said.
When asked whether the summit would have a fixed agenda, Ryabkov said "The agenda is subject to additional discussion". "We are in favor of the most practical substantive conversation," he added.