Summit between Biden and Putin on June 16 in Switzerland | abroad

Summit between Biden and Putin on June 16 in Switzerland |  abroad

CNN reported earlier about the US-Russian summit meeting next month on the basis of two unknown officials. Then Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said there was a need for Russia and the United States to discuss, among other things, cybersecurity and nuclear safety.

Biden reportedly proposed a summit with Putin last month and the two have since worked together to agree on this. The US President would like to establish good contact with Russia. Putin seems to be improving on the top.

Last week, the Secretary of State of the United States and Russia, Anthony Blinken and Sergey Lavrov, met at the summit of the Arctic in Iceland. During their first meeting, the two sides discussed cooperation between the two countries and saw opportunities to work together despite all the differences. This was the first meeting between a member of the Biden government and a high-ranking Russian official.

“We look at the world differently and it’s no secret that we encounter each other sometimes, but the world would be safer if we could work together,” Blinken said after the conversation. Lavrov agreed. “We clash sometimes, but we can work together if our interests match.”

In the American podcast “Uncle Joe – A Look at the United States,” foreign editors Thejs Wolters and Frank Van Fleet discuss the latest developments in the United States:

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