Peskov told, what will be Ukraine in the forthcoming negotiations trump and Putin

The President of Russia Vladimir Putin during telephone conversation with the President of the United States Donald trump is going to congratulate him on assuming the position; also in the course of the conversation will exchange opinions on the main parameters of the current state of bilateral relations. This was reported to journalists the press-Secretary of Russian leader Dmitry Peskov, reports “RIA Novosti”.

“Putin has in mind to congratulate the President of trump with the inauguration of the President of the United States. And, of course, usually in the course of such contacts is an exchange of opinions on the basic parameters of the current state of bilateral relations,” – said Peskov, speaking about the upcoming telephone conversation between Putin and trump, is scheduled for Saturday evening.

“The information was disseminated by the media in the US that on the coming weekend planned telephone conversation of the presidents of Russia and the USA I confirm. Indeed, on Saturday there will be a telephone conversation. It will be an evening in Moscow”, – he added.

“This is the first call after the inauguration of President trump, so, of course, to be expected from such a telephone conversation substantive contacts around the perimeter is hardly necessary. Look, let’s just be patient. We will give a message about the result of this conversation,” Peskov said in response to the question about what is expected in the Kremlin of a telephone conversation and whether the conversation of the heads of the two countries affected the Ukrainian issue.

Earlier it was reported that a telephone conversation between Vladimir Putin and Donald trump can be held on Saturday.

Earlier, U.S. President Donald trump said that he hoped to “get along” with Russia, as “it will benefit both countries”.

Putin and trump already talked on the phone November 14, after the Republican victory in the presidential election. Then politicians agreed to improve relations between the two countries.