Russian President Vladimir Putin and the new President of France Emmanuel macron during its first meeting intend to meet and exchange views on the main “pain points” — the regional conflict, said on Tuesday the press-Secretary of Russian leader Dmitry Peskov.
“You know, it actually is obvious, this agenda. First, both presidents need to know: this will be their first meeting. This is the first. The second — Russia and France is very extensive agenda of bilateral relations and projects of economic and trade cooperation and cultural interaction, and so on and so forth,” said Sands, answering the question on the agenda of the forthcoming talks between the two leaders.
In addition, said Peskov, interest exchange views on major “pain points” on the international agenda, namely regional conflicts, “which are well known.”
As reported earlier, the press service of the Kremlin meeting of Putin and Macron will be held in Paris on may 29.