Trump: to speak about lifting sanctions against Russia earlier

To talk about lifting sanctions against Russia until early, said the President of the United States Donald trump after talks with British Prime Minister Theresa may in Washington. Mae became the first foreign leader who arrived on an official visit to Washington after the inauguration of the trump 20 Jan.

The British Prime Minister said he would insist on maintaining sanctions against Russia before the Moscow Minsk agreements.

“The UK position on sanctions against Russia clear. We will insist on maintaining sanctions until the Minsk agreements are fully implemented,” she said.

Trump reminded that on Saturday there will be a telephone conversation with Vladimir Putin again expressed hope for good relations with the Russian President and the joint fight against terrorism.

“I hope that we will have a fantastic relationship — said trump. — It is possible. It is possible it will not. Let’s see what happens”.

The word “fantastic”, he used again when he talked about relations between the U.S. and the UK.

“I’m not as daring as you may think. I am a friendly person, and I think you, too, Theresa. I think that we will have a fantastic relationship,” he said at a joint press conference.

Mei was more restrained in the estimates; the relations of the two countries she called “good” and noted that he and trump have a lot in common because they are guided by the interests of ordinary people.

At a press conference following the talks, the two leaders reaffirmed their commitment to NATO. Mei said that the American President “at 100% for NATO”, despite his previous statements about the fact that this organization is outdated.

Both leaders stressed that they will work to create new trade agreements that will benefit both countries. “Ahead of our two peoples and our two countries have excellent times,” said trump.

At the press conference, Theresa may, also conveyed the invitation on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II to visit the UK for a return visit.

“I have the honour to convey to you and your wife an invitation from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to visit Britain this year,” said Mei.

Earlier, British Prime Minister said in an interview bi-Bi-si, that is not afraid to respond to the remarks of President trump, if it considers them unacceptable.

According to her, London is committed to develop a special relationship with Washington, which have common interests in trade, security and defense.

“He already told me that he would like to see the relationship between the UK and the US strong and focused on the future,” said Theresa may.