President Donald Trump is scheduled to hold a bilateral meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G20 summit in the Argentine capital on September 29, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe held talks about a bilateral peace treaty in the city of Vladivostok in Russia's Far East on Monday.
In their talks on the sidelines of the Eastern Economic Forum, the two leaders were also expected to discuss joint economic activities on a group of disputed islands.
The two countries have not signed a peace treaty since World War Two because of a dispute about the islands, known as the Kuril Islands in Russia and the Northern Territories in Japan.
After talks with Abe, Putin added that Russia is ready to boost cooperation on the basis of the principles of good neighborliness and mutual interests and maintain contacts with Japan to support inter-Korean dialogue.
Putin said his country is ready to find solutions on a peace treaty with Japan that would be welcomed by both sides.
The Japanese prime minister said that a peace treaty between Tokyo and Moscow is a historic task that he and Russian President Vladimir Putin need to achieve, Russian News Agency TASS said.
Speaking before the meeting, Abe said he would be seeking progress on the territorial dispute and the signing of a treaty. When it ended, he confirmed that "talks with Putin are moving towards a peace treaty."
Editing by Abeer Almadawy
In the context of French-Russian consultations, French President Emmanuel Macaron said in an interview with the Swedish channel "SVT" that it is very important and necessary to coordinate and cooperate with Russia as a key partner to ensure security in Europe
Where he said;
"I respect Vladimir Putin, and I am one of those who believe that we have to adopt a new approach to security affairs in cooperation with Russia."
But Macaron criticized President Putin for his ambition to wipe out the European Union, which France rejects. "Putin's dream is the disintegration of the European Union," McCron said.
Adding that "Russia is not an ideal country in the field of respect for human rights."
By /Abeer Almadawy
In his first visit to Russia,king of Saudi Arabia Salman bin Abdulaziz that is considered as a historical visit is done by a leader of gulf ,the king praised the strong relations between Russia and Saudi Arabia.
the Russian president Viladmir Putin who received the king also confirmed on the understanding of his country to the great benefits of the relations with Saudi Arabia and affirmed on his hope for more ties with Riyadh.
After the official ceremony of the reception both leader have held talks with each other.
one of the most subjects the leaders discussed together was the Syrian crisis where the king of Saudi Arabia said that this crisis must end soon and he is ready for all solutions in this file .
Also the crisis with terrorism and the war on ISIL (Daesh)
president putin praises the efforts has done by the kingdom to confront them
min the sidelines of the discussion,Putin discussed the problem between the gulf countries and Qatar ,hoping to reach to a good solution can be acceptable by all the partners.
it is said that the visit will continue for three days and the kingdom will sign number of treatments with Russia in different fields of technology,power and energy and economic investment.