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Prime Minister Theresa May and President Donald Trump will satisfy at the World Economic Forum in Davos next week, Downing Street has actually verified.

It follows Mr Trump cancelled strategies to open the brand-new $1bn (£ 720m) United States Embassy in London next month .

The White House stated Mr Trump “looks forward” to reinforcing the nations’ “unique relationship”.

Mr Trump is the very first sitting United States president to go to the online forum in the Swiss city given that Bill Clinton in 2000.

A Downing Street spokesperson stated the “bilateral conference” would occur “in the margins” of the online forum.

Mrs May was the very first foreign leader to go to Mr Trump at the White House, after his inauguration in January 2017 .

The 2 leaders likewise fulfilled at the G7 top in Sicily in might and at the G20 top in Hamburg in July.

However, in November, the prime minister criticised Mr Trump for retweeting 3 inflammatory videos published online by the reactionary group, Britain.

After Mrs May’s spokesperson stated it was “incorrect for the president to have actually done this”, he countered on Twitter and informed the British leader to not “concentrate on me, concentrate on the devastating extreme Islamic terrorism that is occurring within the United Kingdom”.

Mrs May more just recently gone over Brexit and occasions in the Middle East in a pre-Christmas call with Mr Trump.

Earlier this month Mr Trump stated on Twitter the reason that he was not going to cut the ribbon on the brand-new United States embassy in Vauxhall, south London, was since he did not concur with the relocation from its old house in Mayfair.

However, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan – who has actually encountered the president in the past – stated Mr Trump had “got the message” that lots of Londoners were staunchly opposed to his actions and policies.

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Media caption Inside the brand-new United States embassy

The factor offered for moving the United States embassy to Vauxhall was that the existing structure in Mayfair was modern-day and too little security was required.

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