The Senator gave a letter to the Kremlin trump Putin
U.S. Senator Rand Paul sent a letter to U.S. President Donald trump in the administration of Russian President Vladimir Putin. About this he wrote on Twitter.
“The letter emphasized the importance of further cooperation in various fields, including in the fight against terrorism, strengthen dialogue in the field of legislation and the resumption of cultural exchanges,” wrote Paul.
Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov confirmed that “through diplomatic channels,” Putin was handed a letter, however, the Kremlin still has not yet been reviewed, reports RIA “Novosti”.
In mid-July in Helsinki hosted the first full meeting of trump and Putin. The two leaders first spoke for over two hours alone, after that, the dialogue was continued in an expanded format. Before the meeting in Helsinki the heads of state met in July 2017 at the G20 summit in Hamburg and at the APEC summit in da Nang (Vietnam) in November last year.
After a meeting held in the Finnish capital talks trump has invited Putin to visit Washington in the fall of 2018 In response, the Russian leader invited his American colleague in Moscow. Later, on July 25, the US presidential Advisor for national security John Bolton told about the postponement of the meeting. Washington believes that a meeting should take place in 2019, after a completed investigation into the alleged intervention of the Kremlin in the elections of the President of the United States.
A delegation of U.S. senators, which was Paul, August 6, arrived in Moscow. The senators held several meetings with Russian parliamentarians. The aim of the negotiations was the restoration of a constructive dialogue between Russia and the United States, Paul said. During the meeting they discussed such topics as the situation in Syria and in the South-East of Ukraine, the situation of the arrested in USA Russian women’s Butinai. Paul said he was pleased with the results of the meeting with the Russian deputies.
The Senator from Kentucky, Paul is against the American policy of pressure on Russia. The floor and the Senator from Vermont Bernie Sanders in August 2017 was the only one of the senators who voted against anti-Russian sanctions of the law CAATSA. Gender is also one of the few American lawmakers endorsing the results of the meeting between the two leaders.
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