Trump and U.S. delegation to bring up election meddling with Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin President Trump

Russian President Vladimir Putin President Trump

The two presidents will meet in Helsinki on Monday, July 16 for another major summit of this administration.

Richard Shelby, a Republican senator from Alabama who heads the delegation, also called for dialogue, according to a statement from the governor's office. "We recognise that the world is better off, I believe, if Russia and the United States have fewer tensions, get along a little better", Senator Richard Shelby said during the meeting with Lavrov at the Russian foreign ministry. They go to Moscow on July 3, to meet with their counterparts in the Federation Council, the upper house of Russia's bicameral Federal Assembly, ahead of the Trump-Putin meeting. "We have to be vocal about it, on guard about it", said Francis.

Sources told CNN that while Trump has already met the Russian president, the private meeting will allow Trump to develop the relationship between the two leaders. "We'll be talking about world events". Russian Federation is now hosting this year's tournament.

"President Putin feels relaxed in any format, which is comfortable for his interlocutors", spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, Russian news agency Tass reported. And he's discussed it, ' said Ambassador Jon Huntsman Jr. The European Union extended economic sanctions against Russian Federation expiring at the turn of July by six months, press service of the EU Council said on Thursday.

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Trump has met Putin on the sidelines of several global conferences, but has not held a bilateral summit with the Russian leader.

Trump has expressed scorn for the alliance and is expected to upbraid European NATO members for not spending enough on their own defense.

The meeting comes on the heels of the president's summit last month with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un - a meeting that critics fear legitimized one of the world's most hostile actors, while winning few concessions.

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