On Wednesday, a Kremlin spokesperson described it as premature to think of the possible date, venue and agenda for the US-Russia summit, which US President Joe Biden had proposed in a phone conversation with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Tuesday. According to TASS, Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, described the call as realistic.
According to Interfax, the spokesman did not respond to a question whether Moskva Before the summit, he will apologize for Biden’s earlier remarks to Putin. In a TV interview, Biden nodded when asked whether he considered Putin a “murderer” and warned that Russia would pay the price for meddling in the US elections. “I will leave this question without comment,” Peskov said.
FinlandTass, which hosted Putin’s meeting with Biden’s predecessor Donald Trump, had already offered to prepare to host another summit, a reference to the Finnish presidency. According to her, this show was made before an interview on Tuesday
“So far, it is too early to talk about this meeting in a concrete way. It is a new proposal, which we will evaluate and analyze,” a Kremlin spokesman said when asked whether the venue and date of the summit would be considered. According to Peskov, the two presidents agreed to continue discussion of the meeting through diplomatic channels. According to TASS, Peskov also said that the topics that chairpersons should discuss are not yet planned.
And when asked whether Putin and Biden would talk about the situation in eastern Ukraine, where tensions have recently escalated over the concentration of Russian forces on the Ukrainian border and where they were still frequently reported clashes between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists.
According to Peskov, the Kremlin also continues to consider inviting the United States to Putin to attend the new “climate” summit via the Internet.
“We are just starting to receive information on the organizational and other aspects of organizing this virtual summit. So far, we have not received information on how it is organized, arranged, who will chair it, what should be achieved or the final document, etc. We are just starting to get The answers we are studying to these questions. “
Yuri Ushakov, Putin’s advisor, on Wednesday called on US Ambassador to Moscow John Sullivan to warn him that Russia would respond “with certainty” to possible new US sanctions against Russia, the Interfax news agency reported.
Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov on Wednesday at the Krasnoyarsk Economic Forum described the sanctions as the reason why a new Russian MS-21 transport plane, which is set to compete with Airbus and Boeing in the most sought-after civilian aircraft category, has not been issued. After hitting the market. Russia has so far managed to replace the American and Japanese vehicles in the wing and tail of the new aircraft and develop domestic engines, but it is still working on the avionics.
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