Following the June summit meeting between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, senior officials from both the US and Russian governments held a strategic dialogue for the first time to discuss the construction of a new framework for nuclear disarmament. We agreed by continuing the dialogue, such as by doing.

This strategic dialogue is aimed at the expiration of the "New START" nuclear disarmament treaty between the United States and Russia five years later, and at the first talks held in Geneva, Switzerland on the 28th, the US side was Deputy Secretary of State Sherman. The Secretary and Deputy Foreign Minister Lyapukov participated on the Russian side.

According to the US State Department's announcement, the talks discussed the perception of threats to strategic stability, the outlook for the management of new nuclear weapons, and the format of future strategic dialogues.

The two sides agreed to continue the dialogue, saying that they would hold talks again at the end of September.

Meanwhile, Russia's Under Secretary of State Lyapukov told the media that he had discussed the establishment of a working group on the theme of strategic stability, and said that "the results of the discussion were very positive."

The dialogue began with President Biden and Putin's first face-to-face summit meeting in Geneva in June.

The relationship between the United States and Russia was so cold that it was said to be the worst after the end of the Cold War, but after the summit meeting in June, high-ranking officials from both governments began discussions on cyber attacks, and let's proceed with dialogue in various fields. And.