Joe Biden and pioneer Donald Trump could not be any different. Russian President Vladimir Putin has also realized this.
A few days before the summit with US President Joe Biden, Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin sees relations with the United States in serious crisis. “We have had a bilateral relationship in recent years,” Putin said in an interview with NBC News after Saturday night’s translation of the station.
Biden was completely different from his predecessor, Donald Trump, who described Putin as an extraordinary, talented and colorful person. Biden, on the other hand, was a “business man” who spent his entire youth in politics, Putin said. As for Biden, the Kremlin leader said there were some pros and cons, but certainly not a provocative move on the part of an American president.
Biden and Putin will meet on June 16 in Geneva. The US president said on Wednesday that the United States wanted a stable, predictable relationship and did not expect a confrontation with Russia. The White House reiterates that it does not want to reward Putin with this meeting, and that personal dialogue is important because of differences between countries.