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A protester out of the courtroom before the beginning of the press conference of the presidents of Russia and USA Vladimir Putin and Donald trump in Helsinki. About it reports Reuters.
According to the Agency, the man was escorted out by the guards. Noted, he was carrying a poster with a call to ban nuclear weapons.
Press-conference of heads of state began after their talks. First, Putin and trump exchanged greetings in front of reporters, then spoke tete-a-tete, which took 2 hours 10 minutes. After held talks in an expanded format.
Before the closed part of the talks, Putin invited the Tramp to “talk in detail about our bilateral relations and on the various pain points in the world — a lot of them”. The US President also noted that he intends to discuss the whole range of topics: “from trade to military issues, missiles, and nuclear topics to relations with China.”
The summit in Helsinki — the first full meeting of the two presidents. For the first time Putin and trump met in 2017 in Hamburg on the sidelines of the G20. Then they talked for 2 hours and 15 minutes, most of the negotiations took place behind closed doors.
Video, photo All from Russia.