“We are in the process. I am filled with hope,” Biden said.
This is how he answered whether he was satisfied with the result of the negotiations held in Geneva on July 28.
Consultations between Russia and the United States on strategic stability were held in Geneva on July 28. The meeting was held in the development of the agreements of the presidents of the two countries to start a comprehensive dialogue on the topic of strategic stability. Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov headed the Russian interdepartmental delegation, and the American delegation was headed by First Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman. The parties agreed to meet again at the end of September to discuss strategic stability, and informal consultations are also planned until then.
The State Department assessed the consultations with the Russian Federation on strategic stability held in Geneva as professional and meaningful.