Since the March 20 phone call, Washington expelled 60 Russian diplomats and closed a Russian consulate over allegations that Russia was behind the poisoning of former Russian spy and his daughter in Britain.
Putin and Trump are not now scheduled to see each other until November, at the G-20 summit in Argentina.
But their governments did not have time to arrange details before the U.S. expelled 60 Russian diplomats following the Salisbury poisoning, they revealed. The last time Putin was in White House was in 2005 when he met with n-president, Republican George W. Bush, at a time of greater closeness between two countries.
Trump specifically invited Putin to the White House during the call, Putin aide Yuri Ushakov told Russian news agencies Monday. The White House since confirmed the (informal) invitation.
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Then U.S. President congratulated Putin on his victory in the presidential election. Moscow responded by expelling the same number of U.S. diplomatic staff from Russian Federation and closing the consulate in St. Petersburg. "We have nothing more to add at this time", Sanders said to press. "Actions speak much louder than words and here we have to look at the Trump administration's actions".
Following that call - for which Trump was criticized for congratulating Putin - the president told reporters that he and the Russian leader had a "very good call" and would "probably get together in the not-too-distant future". Kurt Volker, U.S. Special Representative for Ukraine, informed about the preparation to the meeting. "That should be the means to achieve things that are actually of importance to the United States". "So many military people are with us today".