Presidents Vladimir Putin of Russia and Joe Biden of the United States will discuss almost all problems that concern both Moscow and Washington at a meeting in Geneva on June 16, including unresolved bilateral issues, strategic stability, and regional conflicts, Kremlin Aide Yuri Ushakov told reporters.
"Almost all issues that concern both the United States and us are put on the final version [of the agenda]," he pointed out. They particularly include "the current situation in Russia-US relations and their future prospects, major strategic stability and cybersecurity issues," Ushakov said, adding: "Clearly, specific bilateral issues that require solutions will also be discussed."
In addition, "issues related to economic cooperation, climate, the Arctic and the fight against the coronavirus pandemic" will also be touched upon. The Russian presidential aide specified that the issues were expected to be discussed in that order though the presidents "can fully change [the agenda] and start discussing some other matter."