The U.S. and Russian presidents are set to meet Friday at an international economic summit in Vietnam, a Kremlin aide confirmed Thursday.
“Now, the time is being agreed on. It will be on Nov. 10,” Yuri Ushakov was quoted as saying by Russia’s official TASS news agency.
The two leaders are expected to discuss the situation in Syria and Korean Peninsula as well as bilateral relations.
Friday’s gathering of the two leaders on the sidelines of the 25th Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation will be their second face-to-face encounter this year since a G-20 summit in July in Hamburg, Germany.