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Tags: summit | vladimir putin | black sea | navy

Trump May Cancel G-20 Meeting With Putin After Black Sea Naval Clash

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By    |   Tuesday, 27 November 2018 06:35 PM EST

President Donald Trump hinted in a new interview he might cancel a planned meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the upcoming G-20 Summit because of Russia's aggressive actions against Ukraine.

Trump made the remark during an interview with The Washington Post, noting his decision whether to hold the meeting might hinge on a forthcoming report that will detail the Black Sea clash between Russia and Ukraine on Sunday.

"That will be very determinative," Trump said. "Maybe I won't even have the meeting. . . . I don't like that aggression. I don't want that aggression at all."

The G-20 Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina, is scheduled for Nov. 30-Dec. 1. Among the hot topics going into the meeting are Russia's actions toward Ukraine and the murder of a Saudi Arabian journalist at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

Russia fired upon Ukrainian military ships Sunday, seized three of them, rammed a Ukrainian tug boat, and blocked access through the Kerch Strait.

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President Donald Trump might cancel a planned meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the upcoming G-20 Summit because of Russia's aggressive actions against Ukraine.
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