Chinanews.com, June 14th. According to Russian satellite network reports, Russian President Putin recently stated that Russia-US relations are at the lowest point in recent years. US President Biden responded by saying that he agreed with Putin's statement on Russia-US relations, saying that he would In the talks between the leaders of Russia and the United States, they were outspoken, but also expressed that the United States hopes to reach agreement with Russia on some issues.
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On June 11, Putin said in an interview with US media that Russia-US relations are at their lowest point in recent years, but he also said that he can cooperate with Biden.
In response to this, Biden responded at a press conference: "I think Putin is right, and Russia-US relations are indeed at the lowest point."
Biden also stated that he would be outspoken when meeting with Putin in Geneva, and said that he hopes to reach agreement with Russia on some issues.
When answering a question about why Putin did not change his position under pressure from Washington, Biden sneered and said: "Because he is Vladimir Putin."
He also said: "I will not discuss this issue in depth. What I need is to sit at the negotiating table with him, and I will be happy to accept your questions when I look back."
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In addition, when referring to the decision not to hold a joint press conference with Putin, Biden pointed out, “This is not a competition, and it does not need to be better than who performed better at the press conference.” He said that during the press conference, he will clearly give Conditions for Russia and the United States to improve relations.
According to the report, the Russian President’s Press Secretary Peskov stated that the Kremlin understands Biden’s plan to hold a separate press conference after the Russian-US leaders’ meeting, which is a customary practice of the US President.
Putin will also hold a separate press conference for interviews.
In addition, U.S. Secretary of State Blinken also said that he agreed with Putin's statement that Russia-U.S. relations are at the lowest point in recent years.
Brinken said: "This may be the only time I agree with President Putin."
Brinken also said that during the meeting between the leaders of Russia and the United States, the issue of extortion virus will be discussed.
In May, Colonel, the largest fuel pipeline operator in the United States, was attacked by the "dark side" ransomware; recently, one of the world's largest meat producers, JBS, was attacked by a cyber attack, resulting in the closure of all its beef plants in the United States .
The White House said the hacker may come from Russia.
Putin previously responded that the remarks about Russia's involvement in hacking "a meat company" and pipeline operators in the United States are nonsense.
On June 16, Biden and Putin will meet in Geneva. Judging from the current statements of the United States and Russia, the two sides do not have high expectations for the outcome of the meeting.