The issues of global cybersecurity may be included in the agenda of an upcoming summit between Russian and US Presidents Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump in Finland on July 16, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told TASS on Friday. "When the president supports you that makes us comfortable and this is an extra boost for us in terms of motivation". Mr. Trump said then that the continued focus on election meddling was "insulting" to Mr. Putin, and called the special counsel investigation about it a Democratic "hit job" that was hindering progress between the two countries on other issues.
Trump and Putin will likely also discuss two arms control pacts - the INF Treaty and the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START), Huntsman said, declining to address whether they might strike a deal on either pact, which are planks of US-Russian arms control.
Cherchesov's team came into the World Cup without a win in seven games, and the coach is keeping his feet on the ground ahead of Saturday's match at the Fisht Stadium on Russia's Black Sea coast. The quarter-final is a different level.
"I believe the players are the same".
"Myself as a coach, openly, I'm trying not to watch television or read the newspapers".
You say people are euphoric but we are not the people who should be euphoric, that is for you journalists.
France eyes World Cup final but Belgium has Henry factor
Giroud suggested Henry's real aim is to learn enough to earn a spot on the French coaching staff some day. He's a great forward who has scored goals wherever he's gone, and more than that, he's a great guy.
"Of course we wanted to go further", he admitted. We lost in a fair and great game.
"While the tournament is still going on we see the team who was, theoretically, one of the best - Spain - have packed and gone home already".
The US president, whose 2016 election campaign is being probed for possible collusion with Russian Federation, has said repeatedly he wants to have a good relationship with Washington's former Cold War foe, despite tensions between Russian Federation and the West over Ukraine, Syria and alleged election meddling around the world.
Lothar Matthaus, Germany's world cup-winning captain in 1990, also lauded the world cup in Russian Federation saying it is one of the best tournaments he has seen in the last 40 years. "Well done to our guys, they tried very hard.I'm really happy that we made it to the quarters for the first time in [Russia's] history".
"There is evidence that Russian Federation is in violation of the INF Treaty, and we're holding them responsible for addressing that".
"It was a pity to lose such a player in the first game". I told him we are disappointed.