Tag: Putin

Merkel will meet Putin: not just “farewell”

   German Chancellor Angela Merkel went to Moscow on the 20th to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Merkel said that this was a “farewell visit” before she stepped down as prime minister. Putin said that it is not just a “goodbye”, the two sides have a lot of “business” to discuss.

2021-08-22

When asked about the outcome of the summit, Biden got angry in front of the camera? Russia-US relations may be difficult to bridge

   China News Service, June 18th. According to a comprehensive report, US President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin met on the 16th in Geneva, Switzerland. The two sides reached a limited consensus on the launch of the bilateral strategic stability dialogue between Russia and the United States, but there are still clear differences on issues such as Ukraine and human rights. After the meeting, when Biden was asked by reporters about the outcome of the summit, he was even more unhappy. In this regard, the analysis believes that it is not realistic to significantly improve Russia-US relations through this meeting.

2021-06-18

Experts interpret the Russia-US summit: a good start, other results need to be waited

   China News Service, June 17 According to a report from the Russian Satellite Network on the 17th, US President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin met in Switzerland on the 16th. Both sides agreed that their ambassadors would return to Washington and Moscow. In this regard, Pomeranz, deputy director of the George Kenan Institute of Advanced Russia in Washington, analyzed that this is a “good start”, but other results of the summit still need to be waited for.

2021-06-17

Russia and the United States issue a joint statement on strategic stability Putin: Russia and the United States have special responsibilities

   Chinanews, June 17 According to the Russian Satellite Network, on the afternoon of the 16th local time, Russian President Putin and US President Biden met in Geneva, Switzerland. The Kremlin revealed that the two issued a joint statement on strategic stability after the summit and confirmed that the two countries adhere to the principle of no victor in a nuclear war.

2021-06-16