The meeting of politicians is scheduled for June 6.
The US administration believes that the agenda of the bilateral meeting of US President Donald Trump and French leader Emmanuel Macron will be facilitated. This was stated on Thursday at a special telephone briefing for journalists by the representative of the US administration of high rank.
“The agenda of the meeting will be facilitated. It is possible that they will touch on some important issues of the bilateral agenda, but at present, we have no additional information,” the White House representative said to the question of the correspondent whether the two leaders will discuss Russia, Syria, and Ukraine during the meeting.
Trump next week goes on a visit to the UK, Ireland, and France. A ceremony is expected to take place at Buckingham Palace on June 3, after which the head of state and the first lady will be able to visit Westminster Abbey. The evening is scheduled for a state dinner at the British Queen Elizabeth II. The next day, Trump will hold a bilateral meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May.
On Wednesday, June 5, the head of the White House will go to Portsmouth, where he will take part in celebrations in honor of the 75th anniversary of the allied landings in Normandy. After Trump will go to Ireland, where he will meet with Prime Minister Leo Varadkar.
On June 6, Trump will arrive in Normandy, where he will meet with French President Emmanuel Macron.