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Zelenskyy's Office assessed the summit of Biden and Putin

Biden-Putin summit: Zelenskyy's Office commented on talks. Photo: Pixabay

Biden-Putin summit: Zelenskyy's Office commented on talks. Photo: Pixabay

The summit between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin did not lead to big agreements and serious decisions on key issues. This was announced by the Adviser to the Head of the President's Office Mykhailo Podoliak, Interfax-Ukraine reports.

According to Podoliak, Biden's behavior at the press conference indicated that the American side had fully managed to achieve its agenda and convey its key messages. At the same time, Putin looked somewhat confused and embarrassed. The Adviser to the Head of the President's Office believes that this may indicate the absence of the Russian Federation interests in the agenda under discussion. Podoliak considers the publication of the joint presidential statement on strategic stability as evidence of the continuing dialogue between the United States and Russia on nuclear arms control and averting the risks of nuclear war. "Actually, this is a continuation of the interstate dialogue that is based on many years of experience in signing agreements on the reduction of strategic offensive arms," he said.

Context. On June 16, 2021, Putin and Biden held talks in Geneva. The United States and Russia will soon launch a comprehensive bilateral dialogue on strategic stability that "will be meaningful and proactive."

In my opinion, the summit was more of an informational nature.

Mykhailo Podoliak

Mykhailo Podoliak

Advisor to the Chief of Staff of Office of the President


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