Putin and Biden will meet on June 15-16 in Geneva

According to CNN, the meeting will take place at the end of the first foreign trip of the US president.

The meeting of Russian and US Presidents Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden is expected on June 15-16 in Geneva. This was reported on Tuesday by CNN, citing sources in the Biden administration.

“Administration officials said that Geneva has been finalized as the host city for the long-discussed meeting of the two leaders, who are expected to meet on June 15-16 at the end of Biden’s first foreign trip,” the channel notes.

The US president will be in Europe in mid-June to attend the G7 and NATO summits. The G7 meeting will take place on June 11-13 in the UK, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization meeting will take place on June 14 in Brussels. On April 13, Putin and Biden held a second telephone conversation at the initiative of Washington since taking office as the head of the American state, during which the US president proposed to the Russian leader to hold a personal meeting in a third country in the coming months.

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