Trump-Putin meeting: warm words, few results
During the talks scheduled on Monday at the Finland's capital of Helsinki, the two leaders agreed to cooperate more on issues concerning Syria, the security of Israel, anti-terrorism work, as well as nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation.

Yet differences between the two remain. Putin admitted that "clearly there are some challenges left" and they "did not agree on all issues."

The two sides did not agree on Ukraine and have not yet reached agreements on arms control and disarmament, said Dmitry Suslov, an expert on Russia-U.S. relations from the international discussion club Valdai.