The White House does not expect significant results from Joe Biden’s meeting with Vladimir Putin

Washington does not expect any significant results from the upcoming meeting of US Presidents Joe Biden and Russian Presidents Vladimir Putin in Geneva.

This was stated by the White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan at a briefing on Monday, June 7, CNN reports.

“In the end, we are committed to ensuring that the two presidents can send a clear message … to their strategic stability teams, so that we can make progress on arms control and other nuclear areas, and reduce tensions and instability in this aspect of their relationship. “, – he said.

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At the same time, writes CNN, Sullivan lowered expectations from the summit, saying: “If you are going to wait for really significant results, you can probably wait a very long time.”

As reported, on June 7, Biden called Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and sent an invitation to visit the White House in July.