The State Department named the topics that Biden will discuss with Putin

The presidents of the Russian Federation and the United States at a meeting in Geneva will discuss the human rights of Alexei Navalny and the Americans arrested in Russia, State Department spokesman Ned Price said at a briefing.

Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden will meet in Geneva on June 16.

“I have no doubt that human rights in general, as well as the detention of some individuals, including Mr. Navalny and, of course, illegally arrested Americans who must return to their families, will be affected during the summit,” Price said. According to him, “the US concerns about the actions that Moscow is taking to threaten the Americans, our partners and allies in the world, will definitely be on the agenda of the conversation between President Biden and President Putin.”

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Author: Steve Cowan
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