Putin and Biden do not plan to hold a joint conference

US Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin do not intend to hold a joint press conference following the upcoming summit in Geneva next week, CNN reported on Friday, citing sources familiar with the decision in the US administration.

“At the moment, it is not expected that President Biden and Russian President Putin will hold a joint press conference following their important summit in Geneva next week,” the TV channel reported.

The reasons for this decision are not given.

It is noted that the program of the upcoming event has not yet been finalized and may be subject to adjustment. “However, officials involved in the preparations for the summit said that, as of Friday, no joint press conference is expected,” CNN reported.

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