He said that he shares Trump's concern about the escalation of an arms race between the USA and Russian Federation. "I think this is a very important step in building our relations".
"As far as I know, the U.S. president has stated that the United States is considering the possibility of additional regulation of deliveries of the automotive vehicles to the USA market". Trump suggested welcoming Russian Federation back into the group after being kicked out in 2014 for its illegal annexation of Crimea.
He also said the G7 countries had "again" failed to provide any evidence that Russian Federation was behind the poisoning of a former double agent and his daughter in Britain in March.
That Conte should find common ground with Trump should be no great surprise given that they both owe their rise in large part to a backlash against globalization and the political establishment.
"Everyone demonstrated solidarity with London over a certain event in Salisbury but nothing concrete was said again", Putin said.
"As for the return of Russian Federation to the Group of Seven, the Group of Eight, we have not left it".
According to Iranian media, President Rouhani said Iran welcomes expansion of defence cooperation between the two countries, stressing that common borders should be secure.
The Friendship Medal of the People's Republic of China was presented to Mr Putin personally by Chinese President Xi Jinping in a grand ceremony held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Friday (June 8).
"We are pro-Italian, not pro-Russia", Di Maio told a radio interviewer, while stressing that Conte would make his own decisions when representing Italy on the world stage. "Putin should get nothing for free". But Russia was suspended from the group in 2014 after it annexed the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine.
Because of these issues and Trump's uncompromising attitude (he did not stay until the end of the meeting and left early for his summit with Kim Jung Un), an agreement could not be reached in Canada. As soon as the agreements are upheld, we will open the game. John McCain of Arizona said in a scathing statement Friday.
The American leader has repeatedly said he wants to improve relationships with Moscow. "He is a thug using Soviet-style aggression to wage a shadow war against America, and our leaders should act like it".
In April, the White House confirmed that Trump and Putin discussed the possibility of meeting at the White House "in the "not-too-distant-future" during a phone call the previous month.