White House: Biden’s offer to hold a summit with Putin remains valid

According to Jen Psaki, such a meeting would contribute to establishing stable and predictable relations between the United States and the Russian Federation.

President Joe Biden’s proposal to hold a summit meeting in a third country addressed to Vladimir Putin remains in force, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Thursday.

Earlier on Thursday, the United States announced a new round of sanctions against Russia.

“The invitation remains valid,” Jen Psaki said during a regular briefing.

She also noted that holding such a summit would be a positive step towards “establishing stable and predictable relations” between them.

When asked why the sanctions package released today did not include sanctions against “Nord stream-2,” the White House spokeswoman said that the US administration reserves the opportunity to take additional steps beyond this round of sanctions.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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