Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told a conference call with reporters that no date had yet been settled on for the summit, but preparations should begin as soon as possible.
Relations between the two countries instead have remained tense amid the allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 USA presidential election and the investigations of whether there was collusion between Trump's campaign and Russia. "Of course it is offensive and unacceptable", Mr Peskov said.More news: Facebook Messenger new features to gives more controls for group administrators
The comments came amid an escalating war of words between Russia and Britain over the poisoning of a Russian former double agent on British soil this month.
In response British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Moscow's denials were becoming "increasingly absurd". Johnson agreed Wednesday with a Labour lawmaker who likened the soccer World Cup hosted by Russian Federation this summer to Adolf Hitler's use of the 1936 Olympics as propaganda for his regime.
Putin has dismissed allegations of Moscow's involvement as "drivel, rubbish, nonsense", while Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday urged the British government to "respond calmly" to the Skripals' attempted murder.More news: Nissan aims to sell 1 million electrified vehicles a year by FY2022
Putin had rejected as "nonsense" allegations by London and its allies that Russian Federation was behind the attack on the Skripals, which also left a British police officer seriously ill. Russian Federation has denied the accusations.
Johnson also called for Russian guarantees over the safety of England fans at the World Cup.More news: Andres Iniesta hints at global retirement after 2018 FIFA World Cup