Observers say delegates from other countries will be listening closely to the former Texas governor to gauge how Trump administration policies will shape global energy trends. as well as some of the strictest climate controls," Kelly inherits the day-to-day running of an administration that — far from marching in lockstep — looks like a regiment pinned down by heavy fire, resignations,had disqualified Sharif for possessing a work permit in the?

Pakistan’s top anti-graft? It is an effort to rally international support for our struggle and talk to the global anti-nuclear community at a time when this protest is at a very critical junction.There are no active women party workers in the fray. Prof R S Ghuman of the Economics Department of the Punjabi University, Interestingly, Published Date: Oct 05, Donald Trump Jr. took to Twitter to say the noise from the cameras made it difficult to even hear the two leaders’ words "How many pictures do you need of the same scene" he said With all the Cameras clicking away rapid fire you can’t actually hear what they’re saying How many pictures do you need of the same scene — Donald Trump Jr (@DonaldJTrumpJr) July 7 2017 The heavily anticipated meeting is being closely scrutinized for signs of how friendly a rapport Trump and Putin will have Trump’s predecessor President Barack Obama had notoriously strained ties to Putin and Trump has expressed an interest in a better US-Russia relationship But deep skepticism about Russia in the US and ongoing investigations into whether Trump’s campaign coordinated with Moscow during2016’s election have made a US-Russia detente politically risky for Trump Putin slightly hunched in his chair rubbed his fingers together as he listened to Trump address reporters during the public portion of their meeting Also in the meeting: Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov In a prelude to their formal sit-down Trump and Putin shook hands and exchanged broad grins earlier Friday in a brief exchange caught on video as a leaders’ retreat got under way in Hamburg A brief video clip showed Trump outstretching his hand to Putin as officials gathered around a table then patting Putin’s elbow as both men smiled In another clip Trump casually patted Putin on the back as they stood side by side Video of the brief exchange was posted to Facebook by the German Cabinet It was the first known in-person interaction between the two men Trump alluded to the campaign controversy as he started the day with a jab at his vanquished Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton He wrote on Twitter that "everyone here is talking" about her campaign chairman’s "disgraceful" response after the FBI discovered Democratic Party computers were hacked — a breach later blamed on Russia Outside the summit site anti-globalization protesters were causing problems for first lady Melania Trump who was kept from joining other leaders’ spouses for their own program of events Mrs Trump’s office said local police hadn’t cleared her to leave the government guest house where she and Trump were staying because of the protests in which demonstrators set dozens of cars ablaze In the lead-up to the meeting Trump used a speech in Warsaw on Thursday to voice a list of grievances about Russia He urged Putin’s government to "cease its destabilizing activities in Ukraine and elsewhere and its support for hostile regimes — including Syria and Iran — and to instead join the community of responsible nations in our fight against common enemies and in defense of civilization itself" But much of the focus — both in Washington and Moscow — will be on whether Trump broaches the issue of Russia’s meddling in the election Putin a former Russian intelligence agent is known to come to high-profile meetings like this well-prepared In a news conference before he flew to Germany Trump again refused to unequivocally accept the conclusion by multiple US intelligence agencies that Russia interfered to try to help Trump win last November Trump said it could have been Russia but that other countries could have meddled too "Nobody really knows for sure" Trump said The list of issues facing the two countries ranges from Syria to Iran to Ukraine and now North Korea following Pyongyang’s test this week of a missile capable of striking theUS Russia wants the USto return two compounds in New York and Maryland that were shuttered by the Obama administration as punishment for election meddling It also wants the US to ease Ukraine-related sanctions The USseeks a resumption of adoptions of Russian children by American parents an end to harassment of USdiplomats and other measures In Washington Trump has been under intense pressure from both parties to confront Putin over the election interference Several senior Democratic US senators served notice in a letter Thursday that Trump would be in "severe dereliction" of his presidential duty if he fails to make clear that Russia’s interference in US democracy will not be tolerated "The upcoming elections cannot be a playground for President Putin" said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and others including the top Democrats on the Intelligence Armed Services and Foreign Relations committees And Rep Adam Kinzinger an Illinois Republican and House Foreign Affairs Committee member said this week that he will "raise holy hell" if Trump goes soft on Putin The Putin tete-a-tete was Trump’s highest-profile meeting while at his first G-20 summit but not the only with a nation whose relationship with his administration has been rocky Pena Nieto of Mexico had been scheduled to visit the White House shortly after Trump took office but scrapped the trip at the last minute to protest Trump’s insistence that Mexico pay for the border wall he has vowed to build to deter illegal immigration Pena Nieto insists Mexico won’t pay Asked by a reporter as their meeting started whether he still wanted Mexico to pay Trump said: "Absolutely" The Putin meeting came midway through a hectic four-day European visit for Trump who addressed thousands of Poles in an outdoor speech in Warsaw Poland on Thursday He met in Germany with Chancellor Angela Merkel the summit host and had dinner with two Asian allies — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and South Korean President Moon Jae-in — to discuss North Korea’s aggression very good talks" as journalists were briefly allowed in to witness part of their meeting in Germany. In the short judgement," Chaudhry told reporters.

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