The National Security Advisor of the United States, John Bolton told in Buenos Aires, in the capital of Argentina, where the G20 summit will be held, US President Donald Trump is going to meet with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in a “trilateral meeting”.

At the White House Press Conference the National Security Advisor John Bolton said that the bilateral meeting between Donald Trump and Japanese leader Shinzo Abe “will transform at some point during that meeting into a trilateral meeting ” with Indian leader Narendra Modi.

The G20 summit is planned for 30th November and December 1. However, the President of the United States, Donald Trump is not awaited to sustain a formal bilateral meeting with the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman as Mr Bolton claimed US President’s “bilateral schedule is full to overflowing at this point ”.

However, he did not prohibit the possibility of the unofficial meeting between two leaders. According to the  National Security Advisor John Bolton, Donald Trump is awaited to meet with the Presidents of South Korea, Turkey, Argentina,  Russia, during his stay in Argentina.

The Representative of White House Sarah Sanders said that Donald Trump’s “participation in the G20 summit is a key opportunity to reiterate his commitment to domestic and global economic growth and prosperity, cement relations with other world leaders and advance a global economic system that is based on fair economic competition and free, fair and reciprocal trade.

Ms Sanders said the possibilities can emerge from the Saudi-US leaders meeting. She also added that she would not regulate any kind of interaction including the US President will also meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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