National Security adviser John Bolton said Mr Trump will also be meeting with German chancellor Angela Merkel, Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe, Argentine president Mauricio Macri, South Korea's Moon Jae-in, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Indian prime minister Narendra Modi.
Separately, a Reuters correspondent in Crimea on Wednesday observed a Russian navy minesweeper ship, the Vice-Admiral Zakharin, heading for the Sea of Azov, which is used by both Ukraine and Russia and is an area of growing tensions.
Putin charged that the Ukrainian ships "intruded into Russian territorial waters and did not answer" repeated calls from the Russian coast guard to leave the area.
Some of Ukraine's Western allies have also raised the possibility of imposing new sanctions on Russia over the episode, which could deliver a blow to the Russian economy.
Mr Klimkin, however, dismissed the allegations as more Russian disinformation as the martial law act only lasts for 30 days and the election period of campaigning does not start until January, so there is no overlap. Not to let [Ukraine] have the tomos [an official document on the Ukrainian-based church's independence], to make the church think that if there's martial law, then His Holiness will not give us anything.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko chairs a meeting of the National Security and Defense Council in Kyiv, Ukraine, Nov. 26, 2018.
Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed "serious concern" over Ukraine's decision to impose martial law.
Kashmiris welcome goodwill measures between India and Pakistan, says Mirwaiz Umar Farooq
Talking to Arab News, he said: "After all, we have concerns about Khalistanis in Canada, yet we have a relationship with Canada". The Army chief said every time peace returned to Kashmir, it was used by terrorist groups to regroup.
After warning of the threat of "full-scale war", Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Wednesday signed an act imposing martial law for 30 days in regions bordering Russian Federation, the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. Ukraine insists they are prisoners of war, says some were seriously injured in the confrontation and has asked the International Red Cross to arrange a visit to see them.
The Kremlin has steadily poured new military hardware into Crimea since it annexed it from Ukraine in 2014, turning the peninsula into what state-backed media have called a fortress.
The sailors have been put before a court in Simferopol, the main city in Russian-annexed Crimea, and ordered to be held in pre-trial detention for two months.
Ukraine argues that the incident was evidence of Russian aggression and released a video from aboard one of the Russian ships that Ukrainian authorities intercepted.
Trump added: "I don't like that aggression".
Later on the show, Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) said Trump should cancel the meeting, but if it does happen, Trump must be careful not to appear as Putin's "friend".
Because they have a system I guess.
"It's a legal instrument that has consequences for those who are affected by the sanctions so that means you need to consider and discuss it carefully", said the spokesman.