Attack stopped: Putin called for Trump

Russia's president, Vladimir Putin, has Sunday thanks to its american counterpart, Donald Trump, for the UNITED states's help to prevent "terrorist acts" in

Attack stopped: Putin called for Trump

Russia's president, Vladimir Putin, has Sunday thanks to its american counterpart, Donald Trump, for the UNITED states's help to prevent "terrorist acts" in

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
30 December 2019 Monday 18:00
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Attack stopped: Putin called for Trump

Russia's president, Vladimir Putin, has Sunday thanks to its american counterpart, Donald Trump, for the UNITED states's help to prevent "terrorist acts" in the Russian city of Saint Petersburg.

It informs the Russian præsidentkontor according to the british BBC.

Putin expressed his gratitude in a phone conversation with Trump.

According to the Russian news agency Tass two Russian nationals have been arrested. Plans to attack an assembly has also been confiscated, informs a spokesperson from the Russian intelligence service, FSB.

An attack would allegedly have taken place around the new year, sounds it.

the FSB must be come on the trail of the men thanks to a tip from u.s. intelligence. The details are known however, not.

Putin and Trump has several times been on the phone together, since Trump became president. Transcripts of the interviews shows that, among other things, they talked about Syria, about north Korea and about the trade, writes the BBC.

In december 2017, thanked Putin the us president for a second warning from u.s. intelligence. Then, too, there was supposedly talk of an impending attack in St. Petersburg.

the Relationship between the UNITED states and Russia suffered a knock back in 2014 in connection with the Russian annexation of the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine.

the Tension took, subsequently, as u.s. intelligence agencies concluded that Russia meddled in the US presidential election in 2016.

Nevertheless, Putin and Trump the seemingly well with each other, writes the BBC. They have among other things, promised to cooperate in the fight against terrorism.

Updated: 30.12.2019 18:00
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