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Helsinki Is A Natural Fit For The Trump-Putin Summit

14 July 2018, 05:44 | Glen Norman

Helsinki Is A Natural Fit For The Trump-Putin Summit

Helsinki Is A Natural Fit For The Trump-Putin Summit

At the same time, he insisted Vladimir Putin was a "competitor" rather than an "enemy", ahead of their meeting in Finland next week after his four-day trip to the UK. But with Trump scheduled to meet with President Vladimir Putin of Russian Federation on Monday, the gathering was dominated by wrangling over money.

The US president recalled that 60 intelligence officers were expelled from the Russian embassy in Washington in response to a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in Britain. "I would hope so".

NATO, a pillar of the global order, emerged from a two-day confrontation with President Donald Trump on Thursday intact but distracted and shaken, a further challenge to the alliance as it faces an expansionist Russian Federation and growing authoritarianism among some of its own members.

I think it is a horrific thing that is being done, where you are feeding billions and billions of dollars from Germany primarily - and other countries - but primarily from Germany into the coffers of Russian Federation when we are trying to something to have peace in the world. "And the good thing is that, very much because of that very clear message from President Trump on this meeting, I think that allies understand this need to do that", Stoltenberg said after being repeatedly asked about Trump's assertion that North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members had agreed to a four-percent goal.

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This, after 12 Russian intelligence officers were indicted for allegedly hacking emails from the Clinton campaign and the Democratic Party in the 2016 election.

They are the most recent charges in the special counsel probe that already has resulted in guilty pleas from three of Trump's campaign aides. The White House didn't respond to a request for further comment on whether Trump would address the indictment when he meets with Putin. "He needs to understand what evidence we have of foreign election interference".

Donald Trump threw the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit into turmoil with fierce demands other members immediately and significantly increase military spending.

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Breaking from a carefully scripted session that was to focus on Ukraine and Georgia, one source said Trump "forcibly restated his position on wanting North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members to reach 2 percent spending target to a short a deadline".

The Kremlin has denied that the Russian state interfered in the US election. "And it's a very, very bad policy". They got rid of their nuclear.

"We have this stupidity going on, pure stupidity, but it makes it very hard to do something with Russian Federation, because, anything you do, it's like: 'Russia, oh He loves Russian Federation'".

He said the Kremlin viewed the US's objections to the new pipeline project were part of its strategy to force Europe to buy costlier liquefied natural gas from its own shores, the report added.

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