Why in the West are afraid to meet Putin with Trump? The media told
The US is economically stronger than Russia, and in some cases it can dictate its conditions, impose decisions and choose which minor concessions can be made in a given situation.
At this meeting, nothing dramatic will happen, no betrayal of the Western world by Trump. This is only the beginning of a process that could contribute to international security and save many lives, the newspaper writes.
Nevertheless, the opposition is fierce - not only among Trump's many enemies in Washington, but also in Great Britain and some other European countries. According to statements by critics of the US-Russia summit, the fear of losing the image of Russia as a permanent enemy, beneficial to many Western opponents, is clearly discerned, the columnist notes.
According to him, today the World Cup 2018 has already dispelled the “formidable” warnings of the West about traveling to Russia, and if, in addition, the presidents of the two countries can get rid of the “ghost of the new Cold War”, the situation will take a very bad turn for those who intimidate people with aggression from the East.
The leaders (Russia and the United States) have enough topics to talk about. In addition, there are vague outlines of future agreements that can make the world safer. With Moscow, as with Pyongyang, Trump focuses on individual, personal relationships, in which a change of atmosphere can change a lot, the article says.
The meeting with Kim has already demonstrated the ability to reduce tensions in the region and accelerate North Korea’s economic development. Something similar - only large scale - can be expected from the meeting of Presidents Trump and Putin, concludes the publication.
Earlier it was reported that the US-Russian summit will be held 16 July in Helsinki.
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