President of the United States Donald Trump will first meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Germany at the G20 summit in Hamburg. On Friday, Bloomberg reported referring to a statement by a representative of the administration of the American President made to journalists on the plane.
Reference: A meeting of the leaders of Russia and the United States is given a lot of attention because of accusations of the Trump team in relations with the Kremlin. In particular, the former director of the FBI, James Komi, said that he had no doubt that Russia had interfered in the campaign for the election of the US President in 2016.
In this regard the US Senator John McCain also sated:
"The United States must send a strong message to Vladimir Putin and any other aggressor that we will not tolerate attacks on our democracy. There is no greater threat to our freedoms than attacks on our ability to choose our own leaders free from foreign interference.”
Earlier, in March of this year, the Russian government also recognized that the relationship between Russia and the United States is even worse than during the Cold War.