President Vladimir Putin has cancelled a planned visit to Paris, the Kremlin said Tuesday, over row on Syria crisis.
“The president has decided to cancel this visit,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters, referring to a long-planned trip to Paris set for October 19.
“From the very start of his exchanges with his French colleague, President Putin noted that he is ready to visit Paris when it is comfortable for President Hollande. So we’ll wait for when that comfortable time comes.”
Earlier on Tuesday, French presidential sources said that Putin has postponed a planned visit to France.