Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump are scheduled to meet for talks at 1430 GMT on Dec 1 on the sidelines of the G20 in Argentina, a Kremlin document by seen by Reuters on Thursday showed.

A Kremlin aide said on Wednesday that the two leaders would look for ways to break out of a deadlock in relations when they meet for talks that will touch on strategic stability, Syria, Iran and North Korea, Reuters reports.

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Earlier it was reported that Trump will take a decision on whether to meet with his Russian counterpart after studying the report on the seizure of Ukrainian vessels near the Kerch Strait.

The U.S. president refrained from directly criticizing Russia for the latest act of aggression near the Kerch Strait.