Published: Fri, June 28, 2019
Markets | By Otis Pena

May tells Putin to stop destabilising activities - spokeswoman

May tells Putin to stop destabilising activities - spokeswoman

U.S. President Donald Trump gave Russian President Vladimir Putin a light-hearted warning not to interfere again in American elections.

But relations between the two countries have soured over recent years after Russian Federation annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 and backed Syrian President Bashar Assad in the Syrian war.

Earlier this month, Putin said it was time to "turn the page" on the countries' hard relationship after the poisoning.

President Donald Trump arrived in Japan's Osaka on Thursday on the eve of a high-stakes G20 summit likely to be dominated by trade tensions between the United States and China.

President Donald Trump began his most consequential overseas trip of the year on Thursday with a warm dinner with the prime minister of Australia, a friendly opening act before the impending gauntlet of negotiations on worldwide crises, trade wars and a growing global to-do list.

According to Downing Street, May told Putin "there can not be a normalisation of our bilateral relationship until Russian Federation stops the irresponsible and destabilising activity". "We have a very, very good relationship". "A lot of very positive things are going to come out of the relationship".

Mr Tusk, in Osaka for the gathering of the world's Group of 20 leading economies, took Mr Putin to task for the comments.

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The meeting with Mr Putin came amid a gauntlet of negotiations on worldwide crises, trade wars and a growing global to-do list.

In May, the two leaders had their first extensive phone conversation in months. Trump said they talked about a new accord to limit nuclear arms that could eventually include China.

Trump's critics have accused him of being too friendly with Putin and slammed him for failing to publicly confront the Russian leader in Helsinki over Moscow's meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

'There are European arrest warrants out for these individuals and if they step foot outside Russian Federation, we will be making every effort to ensure they are brought to justice'.

In a discussion with Britain's Financial Times, Putin said liberal policies are "obsolete", and he pointed to Western immigration policies as a prime example, according to Reuters.

"(Liberals) can not simply dictate anything to anyone just like they have been attempting to do over the recent decades", he told the newspaper, as populist movements gather support across Europe and in the United States.

She also said that Russia's actions in Ukraine are deeply concerning and that for any progress to be made there needs to be a deescalation in the conflict and the release of the 24 Ukrainian servicemen whose vessels were forcibly seized in the Black Sea.

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