Minutes Ago Trump Shook Putin’s Hand, What Happened Next Is UNBELIEVABLE

As we all know, our President is still getting used to meeting diplomats from around the world.

We also know that the relationship between Russia and America is always talked about.

Because of that, the meeting between Trump and Putin has been nervously anticipated. According to Liberty Writers, what we should bring you first is what was said beforehand.

Donald Trump seemed excited, writing:

“I look forward to all meetings today with world leaders, including my meeting with Vladimir Putin. Much to discuss.”

The moment finally came, and guess how it went? The first handshake was the famous double handed one, as the heads of state went on the sidelines. It was not quiet, as Trump said “It’s an honor to be with you” to President Putin at the beginning of the meeting.

But what happened afterwards was really crazy, watch the video bellow:

The president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker made a private check while facing them. That was a fun moment to witness indeed.

This is what was reported by the Guardian:

“The two leaders agreed that a team from Home Office and DFID will travel to Italy to offer expertise on processing papers and other documents to allow migrants to be returned to their source country,” a Downing street spokeswoman said.

“They also committed to work together to tackle the problem upstream. They will work together on how best to spend £75million pledged by DFID to help migrants making the journey from Africa to the central Mediterranean route.”

The government has announced some of the money will be made available to fund voluntary returns home for migrants.

Great news to hear! We are glad it went that way.

Source: Liberty Writers

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