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US President Donald Trump wants to sign a nuclear treaty with Russia


The media quoted US President Donald Trump as saying: 
"I want a nuclear treaty, because this is the biggest problem that exists in the world."
According to reports from correspondents in Moscow, on June 3, US President Donald Trump announced that he wanted to sign a nuclear treaty with Russia.

Speaking to the press, the US leader also told reporters that Moscow's presence in the G7 format requires a "healthy mindset," which will allow solving many problems.

The media quoted Mr. Trump as saying: 
"I want a nuclear treaty, because this is the biggest problem that exists in the world."
Earlier, U.S. National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien said the US would hold arms control talks with Russia in the near future. According to Robert O'Brien, the White House has assembled a group of negotiators to work towards resolving disputes over the Treaty on the reduction and restriction of strategic offensive weapons (START-3).

Regarding the possibility of Russia returning to the G7, President Donald Trump has publicly praised the actions of Russian President Vladimir Putin in recent years, considering it as one of the reasons for Moscow's return. G7 group.

Answering the reporter's question, President D.Trump replied: 
"He (Putin) helped our oil industry and this was good for him. We raised the price of oil and now Now we can protect millions of jobs in Texas, North Dakota and elsewhere, in Oklahoma. Now the manufacturing jobs there have stabilized. The drop in oil prices to zero would cost about 5 million people Karma."
President D. Trump also acknowledged Russia's important role in international affairs, saying that if President Putin was at the G7 meeting, there would be many problems that could be solved more easily, because 
"Half of the G7 meetings are on topics related to Russia."

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