OREANDA-NEWS American leader Donald Trump held a productive discussion with Russian President Vladimir Putin, French leader Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other world leaders during the events in Paris dedicated to the centenary of the First World War. The press-Secretary of the owner of the White House Sarah Sanders has spread the relevant information.

"During lunch, the President was with President Macron, Chancellor Merkel and President Putin, and many other leaders," Sanders said. "The leaders discussed many issues, including the INF Treaty, Syria, trade, the situation in Saudi Arabia, sanctions, Afghanistan, China and North Korea."

"They had a good and productive discussion during the two — hour lunch," Sanders added.

Earlier, Putin said that he was able to talk with Trump during the events in Paris. "Yes," Putin said, answering a question from journalists whether they managed to communicate with Trump. In response to the question of how the conversation went, the Russian President said: "Good."

At the exit of the gate of the Elysee Palace, Putin raised his thumb up again. Earlier this gesture he demonstrated today, welcoming trump at the meeting at the arc de Triomphe after they shook hands. The two heads of state patted each other on the shoulder, and then took their places among the leaders who came to the French capital on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the end of the First world war.

Press Secretary of the Russian leader Dmitry Peskov said earlier that concrete agreements on the meeting of Putin and Trump at the upcoming G20 summit in Argentina yet.

"The circumstances are constantly changing and the American colleagues, perhaps they will change in our country. Therefore, now there are no concrete agreements, we can not say clearly, "Peskov said in an interview with the program "Moscow.Kremlin.Putin " on TV channel Russia-1.

Earlier was reported, that Donald Trump refused the idea to hold a full-scale meeting with Putin in Paris in November during the events dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.