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Biden and Putin to collaborate for the Summit by next month!

for the time, President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will be face to face for their meeting. Notably, this submit is going to take place next month in Switzerland. This has been confirmed by the White House on Tuesday, as the administration and the Kremlin have finalized their arrangements for the summit.

The White House officials in a statement said, “President Biden will meet with President Putin in Geneva, Switzerland on June 16, 2021. The leaders will discuss the full range of pressing issues, as we seek to restore predictability and stability to the U.S.-Russia relationship.”

The entire meeting will come at the conclusion of Biden’s first international trip since taking office. The officials have stated that the White House national security adviser, Jake Sullivan will be going to Geneva this week to meet with his Russian counterpart. However, the White House spokespersons have declined to comment on the final location of the host city until all details were nailed down.

Initially, MR. Biden proposed a summit to collaborate with the President of Russia, last month on a phone call. Also,  the officials of both the have been working to finalize details since. Biden hopes to establish a clear channel of communication that would avoid undue surprises. Mr. Putin has appeared receptive to the offer, even after the United States applied harsh new sanctions and other punishments on Russia for, among other things, its role in a massive cyberattack on government agencies.

Putin has appeared receptive to the offer, even after the United States applied harsh new sanctions and other punishments on Russia for, among other things, its role in a massive cyberattack on government agencies.
The relationship between the world leaders got off to a tumultuous start, with the US adjusting its posture with Russia by finalizing sanctions in the wake of the poisoning and jailing of Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny, the SolarWinds hack, and its alleged placing of bounties on US troops serving in Afghanistan.