US President Donald Trump has asked his national security adviser to invite Vladimir Putin to Washington in the fall.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders, press secretary of the White House, said that John Bolton was going to make an invitation. This week in Finland
Mrs. Sanders said that "these discussions are already underway" for an autumn meeting between the two presidents
House, but Mrs. Sanders did not say where the two met.
In a tweet about Mr. Putin earlier on Thursday, Mr. Trump said: "I look forward to our second meeting."
But Mr Trump rejected Putin's offer to allow the United States to question 12 Russians accused of interfering in the 2016 elections after harsh criticism from Republicans and Republicans. Democrats.
In return, Putin asked Russia's permission to interrogate Americans accused of unspecified crimes. said the proposal had been "made sincerely" by the Russian president, but that Mr. Trump "did not agree".