It's because the leaders of other countries need to know that if they have private and candid conversations with the president of the United States, they will not be putting their country's relationship with the USA or their own relationship with their own people at risk due to their candor.
Chicago police described Lathem and Warren as armed and unsafe, although authorities said that they surrendered without incident in California. Lathem gave himself up late Friday at the Oakland federal building and Warren surrendered at about the same time to the San Francisco Police Department, according to Michael McCloud, fugitive taskforce commander with the U.S.
Sergey Kislyak also said in his interview with state-run broadcaster Russian Federation 24 that he did not discuss sanctions with his USA counterparts, an assertion that doesn't appear to mesh with reports that U.S. "Accusations of spying against him (Kislyak) are shameful for America", he said. Flynn's firing, after 24 days on the job, followed warnings by acting Attorney General Sally Yates to the new Trump White House team that Flynn was potentially vulnerable to Russian blackmail ...
The document request was not a formal subpoena, the newspaper reported. Mueller's team, investigating whether President Trump's campaign coordinated with Russian Federation to influence last year's election, have questioned witnesses close to the former three-star general about Flynn's work with firms tied to the Turkish government, the New York Times reported .
M - The continuing standoff between India and China along their shared border has cast a dark shadow on their bilateral relationship. It has also come to notice that Chinese diplomats accredited in India have been visiting Bhutan capital Thimpu frequently over the past few months.
Yesterday, Verma said that Yadav, who is unhappy with Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's sudden desertion of the grand alliance, may form a new party. Most senior leaders of the Congress and Left and regional parties are likely to attend the seminar. Taking a dig at Nitish Kumar, he wondered how the Bihar Chief Minister would work with his new Ministers as "76% of them are tainted [as stated in an Association of Democratic Reforms report]".