A face-to-face meeting between the Presidents of Russia and the United States, Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden, may take place early next year, Kommersant reports. citing sources.
According to the newspaper, by the end of the year, the presidents can hold talks online. At the same time, the publication notes that the schedule of contacts between Putin and Biden & mdash; preliminary, and the details have not been fully agreed upon.
The first meeting between Biden and Putin took place on June 16 in Geneva. Following the talks, the leaders adopted a joint statement on strategic arms control. In addition, they agreed to return the Russian and American ambassadors to Washington and Moscow.
Putin and Biden gave press conferences separately. The Russian president called the meeting with his American counterpart “ specific '' and “ subject '', and emphasized that they are determined to find a solution to the “ blockages '' relations between their countries.
Biden, in turn, described the atmosphere in the negotiations as “ good and positive. '' When asked if they managed to agree on something, the President of the United States noted that this will become clear in six months.
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