Russia’s Putin Arrives In Geneva For Biden Summit


Up to five hours of talks are planned between US President Joe Biden and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.

Russia's Putin Arrives In Geneva For Biden Summit

US President Biden and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin will meet in Geneva.


Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in Geneva on Wednesday for a summit with his US counterpart Joe Biden, with tensions between Moscow and Washington at their highest in years.

Putin’s plane touched down in Geneva at 12:27pm (10:27 GMT), shortly before the first summit between the two leaders was set to begin, with cyberattacks, election meddling and rights abuses among the many contentious issues on the agenda.

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