After four hours of talks, the expected summit between US President Joe Biden and Russian Vladimir Putin ended, and die both presidents left a joint statement, in to which they declared their intention to enter into a dialogue on strategic stability.
Both sides added that the summit also increased their capacity for dialogue in Times of tension have proven and that both in be able to discuss in order to die Reduce the risk of armed conflict and nuclear war.
The statement also clarified that die Extension of the START contract die Renewed commitment to nuclear weapons limitation, and noted that the strategic dialogue die The dangers of these weapons will certainly lessen.
Live meetings are always better.
That statement came after himself die two presidents on Wednesday for a summit in a luxurious villa in Geneva, where Biden emphasized that face-to-face meetings are always better.
He stressed the importance of meeting face to face in order to die Reduce tensions between the two countries.
He added that Washington made an agreement with Moscow during the Cold War and can do so now, noting that Russia is currently facing very difficult times.
“The return of the ambassadors”
Putin, in turn, resigned on Wednesday die Agreement with his American counterpart over die Ambassador returned, adding that the timing of their return was “a purely procedural matter”.
“The conversation was very constructive,” Putin said during a press conference in Geneva, adding that they “have agreed to start consultations on cybersecurity”.
He said that Biden had not invited him to visit the White House or his American counterpart to the Kremlin.
He announced he would be over with Biden die Speaking about the Ukraine crisis, noting that Ukraine’s accession to NATO was non-negotiable.
He added that the US president had promised to extend the START agreement for 3 years.
Greetings and handshake
It is worth noting that die two presidents earlier today in Villa Lagrange where they were received by the President of the Swiss Confederation, Guy Parmelin.
The three exchanged greetings and handshakes, while the Swiss host emphasized his wish for a constructive dialogue between the two presidents for the good of the world.
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