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Mass Media on Forthcoming Trump-Putin Meeting


For those of you who don’t know, the first official meeting between Donald trump and Vladimir Putin has been confirmed. It’s planned for July 7, during the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.

 

 

 

 
Some observers say that the White House did the Kremlin a favor by being the first one confirming the official meeting during the G20 summit. This announcement helped the sided to get of the rumors around the situation and helped Moscow to save face in the Russian media space.
 
Ukraine also has a rather long history of failing and waiting for meeting with high-ranking Western politicians. Ukrainian President Poroshenko visited the White House and met with U.S. President Trump the other day, which is a big victory for the Ukrainian political establishment. However, previously the Ukrainians got tired of waiting for non-visa regime with the EU, as well as financial aid from the IMF and the EU, and a free-trade zone with Western Europe. Even though those dreams came true, the time they had to wait for this to happen actually spoiled the current political powers in Ukraine.
 
The situation around the future visit of Putin and Trump has been creating info tensions in the international media space. The last round started a couple of weeks ago. It allows us to figure out the atmosphere floating around the historical event.
 
While commenting in Poroshenko’s visit to the White House, Putin’s press secretary Peskov said that Russia was not going to race with Ukraine for the right to be the first meeting with President Trump. This and some other statements made by the Kremlin should have reassured everyone that everything was going according to Moscow’s plan. Anyway, now the two presidents are going to meet in Germany during the forthcoming G20 summit.
 

 

It’s interesting to note that Trump’s advisors deny the existence of a certain agenda for the forthcoming meeting. They say they are going to discuss whatever they want to. However, chances are Putin is likely to have a clear agenda for the meeting. At least he definitely wants this to be a dialog of two peers and discuss common problems instead of going much into who exactly has been creating those problems. Some observers say that if Trumps starts improvising too much, he may get himself into trouble. That’s why his administration has been busy minimizing those risks. Most probably, this is going to be held almost on the go and without too much of confidentiality. This is probably something Donald Trump is interested in. Anyway, the two presidents are unlikely to criticize openly each other during the meeting. They expect it to be kind of a small talk between the two presidents, without excessive drama.

 

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