MOSCOW (CBSNewYork/AP) – The U.S. and Russia have reportedly come to an agreement to hold a summit between President Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.
National Security Adviser John Bolton met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Wednesday, a meeting which reportedly finalized the time and location of the upcoming summit.READ MORE: Foo Fighters Set To Rock MSG In First Full-Capacity Show In New York City Since COVID-19 Restrictions Lifted
The White House and Kremlin are expected to formally announce those details on Thursday. Russian presidential adviser Yuri Ushakov says the summit will take place in a third country, similar to the historic meeting between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un in Singapore on June 12.READ MORE: Driver Wanted After Jeep Plows Into Family On Bronx Sidewalk; 'Car Sped Up To Hit Us,' Witness Says
Before the meeting, Bolton says he was looking forward to discussing “how to improve Russia-U.S. relations and find areas where we can agree and make progress together.”MORE NEWS: Eric Adams: Mayoral Campaign Worker Stabbed In Bronx
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