Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to visit Paris on 11 November and attend the commemoration on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War – the Kremlin foreign policy adviser on Wednesday, in Moscow, with journalists.
Yuri Usakov says Putin wants to receive an invitation to the French capital. According to previous reports, about eighty foreign leaders are expected to attend the Centenary in Paris. During the First World War, Russia was a French ally.
Usakov also announced that preparations for preparing another summit between President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump are not under way. As you said, Moscow did not negotiate any possible talks in Paris, and there is no list of prospective participants.
Earlier this year, Dmitry Peszkov, the Kremlin spokesman, said that plans for a new Russia-US summit have not yet been planned.