Published: Mon, June 18, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Trump says "possible" to meet with Putin in summer

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A new report suggests that Donald Trump parroted Vladimir Putin last week when he spoke to his fellow world leaders about re-admiting Russian Federation into the G7.

Donald Trump, the US President blamed his predecessor for ceding Crimea to Russian Federation, according to The Hill.

Mattis also alluded to Moscow's military actions in Crimea and eastern Ukraine, saying Russian Federation has "proven willing to use conventional and irregular power in violation of worldwide norms". But it was expelled in 2014 after Putin alarmed world leaders by moving troops into eastern Ukraine and annexing the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.

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Trump has repeatedly expressed a willingness to deal with Putin in spite of Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 elections. The paper reported that, during a June 5 visit to Vienna, Putin asked Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz to host a meeting with Trump. Some lawmakers sought to remind Trump that elections aren't exactly fair in Russian Federation.

"President Obama lost Crimea, just so you understand".

Putin and Trump first met during the G20 summit in Germany's Hamburg in July last year and again met for the second time in Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Vietnam in November last year.

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Trump is also blaming Obama for Russia's annexation of Crimea - the act that got the country thrown out of the group of industrialized nations.

This comes as President Trump hopes to boost domestic industry by implementing protectionist policies. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation officially suspended all cooperation with Russian Federation, which is not a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member, nearly immediately after their annexation of Crimea in 2014.

Moreover, later it became known that Trump not only talked about the possibility of a meeting, but also invited Putin to Washington for this objective.

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