Trump and Putin make counter-terror top priority in first call
Jan.29, NY: Donald Trump held a series of phone calls with world leaders on Saturday - including one with Vladimir Putin.
The Kremlin said both sides had agreed to make fighting "international terrorism" - including so-called Islamic State and "other terrorist groups" in Syria - a top priority.
The White House said the call was a "significant start" to improving a relationship "in need of repair".
Mr Trump also spoke with leaders from Japan, Germany, France and Australia.
In a statement in English, the Kremlin provided more details of the first official call between the two leaders since Mr Trump took office.
It said it was a "positive and constructive" conversation, during which they discussed:
The fight against terrorism
The Middle East, and the Arab-Israeli conflict
Strategic stability, non-proliferation, and Iran's nuclear programme
North and South Korea
The situation in Ukraine
The Oslo Times International News Network