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The Kremlin reveals what could be the basis for a meeting between Putin and Biden


In mid-October, the Russian president indicated that he currently does not consider it necessary to meet with his American counterpart.

A meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Joe Biden could take place if Washington takes Russia’s concerns into account and decides to renegotiate security guarantees. This was stated by the Kremlin spokesman, Dmitri Peskov, in a fragment of the program ‘Moscow. Kremlin. Putin.’ Posted this Sunday.

“The willingness of the US to listen to our concerns That is to say, it is about the US willingness to return to the state of December-January and pose the question: ‘what the Russians propose, maybe, we may not agree with everything, but maybe it’s worth it is worth sitting down at the dialogue table with them.’ I am referring to the draft documents that were sent to Brussels and Washington,” explained the spokesman.

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The security proposals that Moscow presented to NATO and the US in December 2021 included the non-expansion of the Atlantic Alliance to the east , including the refusal to accept Ukraine, as well as p Prohibitions on the deployment of medium and short-range missiles and nuclear weapons outside the national territory of each party. After the start of the Russian special military operation, the dialogue on this problem was suspended.

Meeting at the G20?

In mid-October, the Russian president indicated that he does not consider it necessary to meet with Biden. “You have to ask him if he is ready to hold such negotiations with me or not. Frankly, I don’t see such a need in general

“, he stated.

A meeting between the two leaders could take place at the summit of the Group of Twenty (G20), which will take place on 15 Y 16 November in Bali (Indonesia ). The White House has already announced that the US president will attend the meeting, while Putin has not yet decided whether he will participate or no.

In this regard, Politico reported last week that White House officials have already ruled out the possibility of a formal meeting and are taking steps to prevent Biden and Putin from crossing paths on the sidelines of the summit.

Russia remains open to dialogue on the conflict in Ukraine

On the other hand, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov reiterated that the country remains willing to talk to resolve the conflict in Ukraine.


“Russia’s willingness, including its president, to negotiate has not changed. We will always be willing to listen to the proposals of our Western partners to reduce tensions,” the minister stressed in an interview for the documentary “The World on the Verge. The Lessons of the Missile Crisis”.

Lavrov indicated that Moscow will study the “realistic” proposals that are based on the principles of equality, mutual respect and that seek to balance the interests of all interested countries.

For his part, Putin recalled the 15 October that it was the Ukrainian authorities who decided to dismantle the negotiating process after the talks held in March in the Turkish city of Istanbul.In this line, he recalled that the Ukrainian president, Vladimir Zelensky, ratified the decision of the Security and National Defense Council of Ukraine that prohibits carrying out negotiations with Russia, while Putin is the head of state.


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