During international circles on tomorrow’s US-Russia summit in Waiting in Geneva, the Kremlin made it clear that the meeting of Presidents Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden will not lead to concrete agreements, however die Conversations will still be useful.
Yuri Ushakov, Putin’s foreign affairs adviser, told reporters on Tuesday that die Agenda – with the exception of the final declarations – in his phone conversation with Jake Sullivan, the White House’s national security adviser, was confirmed on Monday.
He added that die Agenda topics of nuclear stability, climate change, cybersecurity and the fate of the in includes American and Russian citizens imprisoned in both countries. “I am not sure that an agreement will be reached. I look forward to this meeting with practical optimism,” he said.
First presidential meeting
It is noteworthy that die will meet for the first time since Biden took office, at a time when die Relations between the two countries reached their lowest level in years.
Biden had called his Russian counterpart a murderer last March and also accused Russia of being involved in unacceptable activities on multiple fronts, whether through hacking and others.
Likewise, the US President talked about yesterday at the Atlantic Summit die Transgressions of Russia in Syria and promised at the next meeting of the Russian President die to define “red lines”.
At the same time, however, he stressed that his government would not seek a conflict with Russia, but would react if Moscow continued its harmful activities.
Meanwhile, Putin was playing in an interview with American networks a few days ago die Down the meaning of Biden’s descriptions, saying that he had heard many of these false allegations against him and expressed his hope that die Crises would be overcome.
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