The Biden administration previously reported no data on a possible summit. Dmitry Peskov’s response was similar, RIA Novosti writes. The first meeting of the leaders of the two states took place in June, the negotiations lasted about four hours, after which Putin and Biden held separate press conferences.
According to the Russian president, there was “no hostility” with Biden, the meeting was held in a principled manner. At the same time, he noted that the positions of Moscow and Washington on some issues do not coincide. Nevertheless, the Russian Federation and the United States will try to “bring them closer,” Putin added.