Russian President Putin and U.S. President Trump have shaken their hands for the first time at the G-20 summit in Hamburg on Friday.
“They shook each other’s hand and expressed that they would sit for an individual meeting, would soon meet with each other,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told a conference call with reporters.
They are because of hold detailed face to face encounter on the sidelines of the summit later on Friday.
When asked whether Putin was anticipating to the discussions and whether he had adequate questions for Trump, Peskov said he did.
Putin had been fully briefed about Trump’s statement on Thursday of Moscow’s behaviour as destabilising, Peskov added, and would take that and other remarks by U.S. officials into considerations.