Asked by an Austrian journalist why there had been no US-Russia summit since Trump was sworn in, Putin said the pair had met a couple of times at global events but that there were no immediate plans for a formal meeting, the network reported.
He also addressed the possibility of a summit between the USA and Russian Federation.
Putin spoke with Austrian news outlet ORF TV ahead of a visit to Vienna on Tuesday.
"Indeed, Donald Trump and I have, firstly, met a couple of times at various worldwide venues", Putin said according to an official transcript available on the Kremlin's website.
Mr. Putin has even called Mr. Kurz a "friend" and, given Europe's mounting anger with Mr. Trump, the Russian leader has spotted a chance to drive a wedge between the European Union and the US.
Neither the White House nor the Russian Embassy responded to requests for comment from CNBC.
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Putin noted the 2018 midterm elections and the 2020 presidential election while saying, "the President of the United States is coming under attack over various matters", Putin said.
Putin stunned the West - and many in Russian Federation - in March by using his state of the nation address just weeks before his re-election to a fourth term in office to unveil the new arsenal of "invincible" weapons.
The interview comes amid a backdrop of worsening U.S.
Lacking a Russian passport, Barakat said she can not bring into the country her husband and three children, who are still living in Syria and whom she has not seen in two years.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said during his annual Q&A session on Thursday that all the "breakthrough" weapon systems he had announced in his address to the Federal Assembly would be timely manufactured and delivered to the troops.
"You need to find out who these officials are", Putin told Governor Sergey Zhvachkin after the head of the Tomsk region blamed a mother's problems obtaining land for her family on poorly informed officials.
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Putin did, however, say that he was "nervous" over Telegram's potential to be used as a terrorist communication tool, but he promised a "civilized" solution instead of the haphazard blocking attempts unleashed against the messenger. "I think this is the main reason".
"It's related to the pragmatic national interests of the United States, as its current leadership perceives them", he said. Prigozhin, who has been called "Putin's chef" because he runs a catering business, has received billions of dollars worth of Russian state contracts, including with the Russian military.
"We would like to be given access to our citizens, to Yulia, and we would like to have the opportunity to take part fully in the investigation", said Putin.
"The 13 people indicted are accused of an elaborate plot to disrupt the us election that allegedly included running a huge social media campaign from their headquarters in St. Petersburg, dubbed the "'troll farm".
Putin compared Prigozhin to American billionaire George Soros.
"They are temporary but we will keep them there while it is necessary and is required by our economic interests", he said.
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