The French compared how Biden and Putin held up during the summit

Readers of the French newspaper Le Figaro are actively discussing the summit of the presidents of Russia and the United States that took place on the eve.

Many commentators wondered why Joe Biden did not answer questions from Russian journalists, while Vladimir Putin willingly communicated with the American press.

“This is so that you can better understand the form in which the ideas of democracy and freedom of speech exist in the United States,” prof1 wrote.

“Biden can’t answer questions from the media on the fly. Only the most compliant journalists are selected for it,” Anojlopuji believes.

Readers also shared their opinions on the appearance of the two leaders.

So, one of the users noted that the Russian president looks good next to his American counterpart.

“It’s not Putin who is about to fall asleep…he, unlike Biden, has a core,” Nouchka says ironically.

“He doesn’t just look great against Biden,” Themistoclius told him.

Not without jokes. A reader under the nickname lansarter advised Vladimir Putin to ask the head of the White House how he is doing with the stairs.

“Was Biden able to remember his text, or was Harris (US Vice Presiden) prompting him?” l’UMPS m’a tueR asked.

However, some wanted to raise more serious issues following the results of the last meeting.

“Russia has one important flaw in the eyes of the West: they want to live like Russians,” Remez wrote, adding that Washington is not happy with this.

“Russia should never forgive the atrocities of the West, in particular the coup d’etat organized in Ukraine in 2014,” DARIUS47 said.

“Knowing the Russians, I want to say that the bear can bite at any time,” wrote one of the users. In conclusion, the commentator under the nickname Phiphi1518 stressed that the United States, Russia, and China, under any circumstances, must work together to restore world peace.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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