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Trump and Putin Greet Each Other Ahead of G-20 Summit — WATCH

07 Julio 2017

Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin will officially meet for the first time on Friday at the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany.

Trump promised a rapprochement with Moscow during his campaign for the presidency last year.

Now that people have seen a glimpse at what's claimed to be the first in-person interaction between the two men, the in-depth speculation has, of course, arrived.

The President is then seen standing alongside Putin, sporting a dark blue suit and dotted tie, patting the Russian leader on the back - flanked by other world leaders. Afterwards the reporters were ushered out and the meeting continued.

- Tillerson, who was present at the meeting, said the two leaders connected very quickly and had a positive chemistry. We're going to have a talk now and obviously that will continue.

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"I look forward to all meetings today with world leaders, including my meeting with Vladimir Putin.Much to discuss", said the U.S. president, in a Tweet Friday. And it's an honour to be with you'.

"Phone conversation is never enough", Mr Putin said, adding that he hoped the meeting would "yield positive results".

Putin, speaking to Trump, told Trump, "I'm delighted to be able to meet you". Trump is not pouring over materials and potential demands since he feels more comfortable speaking off the cuff, the official added, which some note could be a disadvantage since Putin is known to prepare extensively for such meetings.

Putin and Trump's meeting comes just a day after the U.S. President used a speech in Warsaw to call on Russia to "cease its destabilizing activities in Ukraine and elsewhere, and its support for hostile regimes including Syria and Iran".

On Tuesday, Russia and China released a joint statement opposing the deployment of US THADD missile defense systems in Northeast Asia, saying it impacts the interests of strategic security of regional states and does not contribute to the goals of denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.

Trump and Putin Greet Each Other Ahead of G-20 Summit — WATCH