WASHINGTON (QHA) -

During the talks in Helsinki Presidents of the United States and Russia Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin agreed on the meeting of US National Security Advisor John Bolton with his Russian counterpart, according to the representative of the White House, Sarah Sanders.

Sarah Sanders did not say who exactly John Bolton is to meet with.

"The only specific agreement that was made was that the two national security teams from both the United States and Russia would continue at a working level, these discussions.  I can tell you that Ambassador Bolton plans to have a meeting — a follow-up with his counterpart from Russia next month, in addition to meetings with other European allies to further those discussions, "the White House press service quotes Sanders.

According to her, no more written or verbal agreements were reached during the meeting of the presidents.

Reference:  July 16 the Finnish capital hosted a meeting of US and Russian presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. At a press conference, the US President noted that the presidents laid down a "good start" in their relations between the countries.

QHA reported that the Kremlin changed the Russian president's statement that Russia was holding a "referendum" in the annexed Crimea.

At a press conference on the results of negotiations with Trump in Helsinki, Putin stated that "Trump adheres to the position of illegality of joining the Crimea to the Russian Federation." Putin in his turn said "we believe that we held a referendum in the Crimea in full compliance with international law." However, the press office removed the second "we", changing the essence of the statement of the Russian president.

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