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    Trump's Representative Refutes Reports About Summit With Putin in Reykjavik

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    A representative of Donald Trump refuted media reports about a proposed summit with Vladimir Putin in Icelandic capital, media reported Sunday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — A representative of US President-elect Donald Trump refuted media reports about a proposed summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Icelandic capital, media reported Sunday.

    According to a representative, the information about the summit is false, Bloomberg reported.

    Earlier in the day, the Sunday Times newspaper reported that Trump plans to hold a summit with Putin in Reykjavik, Iceland, which will also be the first Trump's foreign trip after assuming the office.

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