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POMPEO WITH LAVROV AND PUTIN 14. 05. 2019.   >>  17:18 0

POMPEO WITH LAVROV AND PUTIN

Arms control at the top of the Sochi topics

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo started today his first official visit to Russia in Sochi, where he will have talks with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov ahead of a planned meeting with President Vladimir Putin later in the day, and it is assumed that the priority topic will be arms control.

Pompeo has told Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov that President Donald Trump is "committed" to improving relations with Russia.

Lavrov expressed hope that the sides "will be able to hammer out specific proposals aimed at steering Russian-American relations out of the current sad state."

Lavrov said it was "time to start building a new, more responsible and constructive model of mutual perception of each other," adding: "We are ready for this."

Earlier in the day, Pompeo tweeted that his talks with Putin and Lavrov "will highlight a number of important topics."

"On some issues we may agree, on others we may disagree, but when it’s in our national interests, it is our responsibility to find a way forward," Pompeo's tweet said.

In February, the United States suspended participation in the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty because of what it says is Russia's development and deployment of a missile system that violates the pact.

Moscow, which denies the accusation, later followed suit.

Trump spoke with Putin by phone last week and said they discussed the possibility of a new accord limiting nuclear arms that could eventually include China.

But Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, who met with Lavrov in Sochi on May 13, said his country wasn't interested in negotiating a nuclear arms control treaty with the United States and Russia.
One of the topics of the talks in Sochi is expected to be alleged Russian interference in the 2016 American election, in the light of the report of the Special Prosecutor Robert Muller who investigated this interference and alleged links between the Trump electoral staff and Russia.

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