Bloomberg denies Sunday Times that the US President-elect Donald trump plans to hold a meeting with the head of Russia Vladimir Putin in Reykjavik after taking office.
The Agency quoted a representative of the future owner of the White house. As the official says, the information does not correspond to reality, reports RIA Novosti.
Earlier edition of the Sunday Times, citing its own sources reported that trump intends to hold a meeting with Putin in the capital of Iceland a few weeks after the inauguration. The newspaper emphasized that these data the new us leader and his transition team told the British officials.
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