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Putin Says ‘Cybersecurity’ and Other Issues Discussed During Closed-Door Meeting with Trump

On Friday, President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin met for a private meeting at the G-20 Summit in Germany.

Fox Business reports that Putin has said the topics discussed at the meeting included “Syria, Ukraine, the fight against terror and cybersecurity.”

Similarly, Russian state-run media outlet RT tweeted similar comments about the meeting:

The meeting lasted over two hours, even though it was only scheduled to go on for 35 minutes. The only people in the room in addition to the two presidents were Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, as well as two interpreters.

At this time, the White House hasn’t released a statement of what was discussed, however, a curious aspect of the Russian statement is the mention of cybersecurity. It is possible this is referencing recent attacks, possibly from Russian hackers, on U.S. energy facilities.

It is also possible that the cybersecurity reference is in regard to the reports that the Russian government interfered in the 2016 election — something Trump has refused to single them out on in recent days.

The White House released no agenda for what Trump wanted to discuss in the meeting, and in the lead-up to the meeting, there was speculation over to the topics that Trump and Putin would cover.