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Putin Says Talks With Biden ‘Constructive’, Nations Agree To Return Ambassadors

Putin Says Talks With Biden 'Constructive', Nations Agree To Return Ambassadors
President* Biden brought flash cards to summit meeting with President Putin
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Russian President Vladimir Putin declared the talks with U.S. President* Joe Biden were ‘constructive’ as the two leaders discussed arms control and the return of ambassadors who had been recalled due to geopolitical tensions.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced the agreement reached between him and US President Joe Biden to hold consultations between the Russian Foreign Ministry and the US State Department about strategic stability and arms control.

“Of course, the issue is what to do next. We agreed that the consultation on the inter-agency level will begin under the auspices of the US State Department and the Russian Foreign Ministry. The colleagues at the working level will determine the makeup of delegations, the place of work and how often these meetings will be held,” he told reporters when asked the relevant question by TASS following the Russia-US summit.

“As for the return of ambassadors to their places of work – of the US ambassador to Moscow, and, respectively, of the Russian to Washington, we agreed that this issue is resolved,” the Russian leader told reporters after the Russian-US summit in Geneva, reported Russian state news agency TASS.

He added that the ambassadors “are returning to their places of duty.”

“When exactly – tomorrow or the day after tomorrow – is a purely technical issue,” Putin added.

“In general, it is clear to us what our US partners talk about, and they do understand, what we say, when it comes to the ‘red lines.’ But I should say frankly that we have not gone as far as placing the emphases in detail and distribute and share something,” Putin said in reply to a question.

He recalled that at the bilateral meeting in Geneva Russia and the United States “agreed to work on cybersecurity and strategic stability, as well as to cooperate in the Arctic and along some other tracks”.

“All this should gradually become a subject matter of our discussions and, I hope, of agreements,” Putin said, wrote TASS.

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