The Kremlin disclosed the agreement between Putin and Biden

Kremlin: representatives will discuss “sensitive issues” after the meeting between Putin and Biden According to presidential adviser Yuri Ushakov, Putin and Biden will continue consultations on “sensitive issues.” In addition, the American side promised to provide Russian diplomats with access to diplomatic property in the United States

Russian and US Presidents Vladimir Putin (left) and Joe Biden

Russian and US Presidents Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden agreed to instruct their representatives to continue substantive consultations on “ sensitive issues. '' This was announced by foreign policy adviser Yuri Ushakov, the correspondent of RBC reports.

“ Such an agreement was reached especially after Vladimir Putin said that there are certain red lines, '' & mdash; he said.

According to him, Putin and Biden expressed mutual satisfaction with the way the parties began to implement the Geneva agreements on cybersecurity.

In addition, the Russian presidential aide noted that the leaders discussed the problems of the functioning of diplomatic missions, and the initiative came from Biden. “[Biden] said that the local ambassador in Moscow complains that it’s impossible to work at all, there are not enough diplomats. There are no funds for physical protection of the embassy and himself. But we said that this is still a consequence of your shares '', & mdash; explained Ushakov.

He also pointed out that Putin proposed to nullify all restrictions on the work of diplomatic missions, including returning diplomatic property to the Russian side. In response, according to Ushakov, Biden said that “ a lot has been done by the previous administration, '' but the first steps will be taken, including ensuring access for Russian diplomats, “ so that they can just see the state of the property. '' >


Negotiations between Putin and Biden began at about 18:00 Moscow time and lasted just over two hours. The leaders discussed a number of issues related to the internal Ukrainian crisis and the lack of progress in the implementation of the 2015 Minsk agreements. Putin emphasized the role of Kiev in the non-fulfillment of the agreements and the provocative actions of Ukraine in the Donbass. In response, Biden declared a “ menacing '' the nature of the movement of Russian troops near the borders of Ukraine and pointed to the sanctions that the United States and its partners will adopt in the event of an escalation.

The President of Russia, in turn, noted that “ it is NATO that is making dangerous attempts to conquer Ukrainian territory and is building up its military potential at our borders. '' According to him, Moscow is interested in obtaining legally fixed guarantees excluding the expansion of the alliance to the East, as well as the deployment of offensive strike weapons systems in states adjacent to Russia.

“ The leaders agreed to instruct their representatives to enter into substantive consultations on these sensitive issues & raquo;, & mdash; said in a Kremlin message.

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