Peskov confirmed the meeting of Putin and Bolton in the Kremlin


MOSCOW, June 27. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday will hold in the Kremlin meeting with the assistant to the President for national security Affairs John Bolton. This was stated to journalists the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.

“The President will take Bolton in the Kremlin, this conversation will take place today”, – said Peskov. He recalled that the assistant to the President outlined today several of the meetings in Moscow, including with Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Russian presidential aide Yury Ushakov and the leadership of the security Council.

“The primary people of Bolton will take place in the security Council of the Russian Federation, with the Minister of foreign Affairs, he will also meet with the assistant to the President Ushakov. But it is also adopted by President Putin”, – he said.

The representative of the Kremlin did not mention the issues that are planned to raise at the meeting, and whether it is preparing for bilateral talks between Putin and U.S. President Donald trump. “Let’s wait for this meeting. At the end of the reception of Bolton Putin we will ask Ushakov to brief journalists,” – said Peskov.

Press Secretary of the head of state recalled that the President of Russia also is planning to hand over in the Kremlin state awards, and will also hold a series of meetings.

Bolton’s trip to Moscow

As previously reported, Bolton will discuss on Wednesday in Moscow to discuss bilateral relations, international issues and disarmament issues. The main theme of his meetings, probably, will be the preparation of the summit Russia and the United States, which could take place in the coming weeks. That topic will be discussed, informed spokesman of the national security Council Garrett Brand in his Twitter.

Previously Peskov said that the agenda of the visit of the assistant leader, the United States will be the theme of disarmament, bilateral relations and regional issues and international stability.

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