“We have no problem with the United States, but they have a problem with us,” he said Vadim Putin He hoped that the summit to be held on Friday and in Geneva at the Economic Forum in St. Petersburg would ease tensions between Moscow and Washington.
Vladimir Putin: The United States considers itself powerful enough to make mistakes
According to Vladimir Putin, the United States is very confident, he writes BBC. – Do you know what the problem is? As a former citizen I will tell you about this Soviet Union. The problem with empires is that they think they are powerful enough to withstand small mistakes and mistakes. But the number of problems is increasing. There comes a time when you can no longer deal with them. And United States They follow the Soviet Union with firm, decisive action, he said Vladimir Putin During a meeting with representatives of global news organizations at the International Economic Forum.
Putin stressed that the US has a reason for the bad US-Russian relations. “It was not us who introduced the sanctions against us, it was the United States that did it unsubstantiated in every case, because it was our country,” he said. Andhra. He assured him that he did not expect a major improvement at the forthcoming meeting with Joe Biden in Geneva, but looked forward to working together to improve mutual relations.
Geneva Summit. The United States wants to restore stable relations with Russia
The first US-Russia summit will be held on June 16 in Geneva, Switzerland. It happens at the end of a planned trip President Brussels to US first Great Britain and leaders meeting for G7 summit NATOThis will give him plenty of time to listen before meeting US allies Putin.
White House Press Secretary Jen Zhaki told the gathering that the summit would cover “full-scale issues” and sought to “restore stability” in relations with the United States. Rosz. The list of topics includes arms control, climate change, Russian military involvement in Ukraine, Russian hacking operations and poisoning and imprisonment of Russian opposition Alexei Navalny. He writes that the Geneva summit was one of the biggest tests in Biden’s political career BBC.
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