Recent updates from meetings with members, American President Joe Biden announced that he is ready to take a meeting with Russian President Putin, concluding the most significant week of summits in the early months of his supremacy.
On Wednesday, President of America joins the first meeting as president with Vladimir Putin, which is likely to be a half-day of dialogs exchange between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin along with their advisors behind closed doors. The Putin meeting comes after a seven-day European tour, which acted as a highlight of Biden’s supremacy since taking office, operating to support a relationship with the same-minded ally countries to excellently handle the opponents China and Russia.
On Tuesday, a news reporter after American President’s arrival in Geneva asked the question on whether he is ready to talk with Vladimir Putin. President responded to the question, saying he is always ready.
Joe Biden headed Geneva after smiling photo sessions, rounds of the cordial elbow, and close consultations with G7 (Group of Seven), U.S.-EU meetings. Moreover, he contributed to a bunch of joint press conferences showing fears over China and Russia. Besides this, he had joined the European Union Tuesday to give an announcement of relaxing a long-operating American aircraft trade conflict with that alliance.
EU stands with America against Russia
The EU (European Union) and the United States announced that they will collaborate in their principled approach to their long-time enemy, ready to respond finally to its reiterating method of harmful activities and negative behavior.
American President’s European trip is devoted to reinstating American partnerships that were affected badly at the time of Donald Trump (former president), who publicly invited what the United States intelligence services described that was Russia’s meddling in America’s political campaigns.
Vladimir Putin’s office answered with anger in the previous year as Joe Biden described that he considered Russia as a killer. According to a top official from the administration granted anonymity to reveal internal talks, American President believes in seeking little areas of the deal with Vladimir Putin, including returning of both countries’ ambassadors to Moscow and Washington.