China News Service, December 16th, a comprehensive report, Russian President Putin and US President Biden just met on the 7th of this month about the situation in Ukraine. However, the talks were too "gunpowder" and did not make any breakthroughs. The two sides are still on the issue of Ukraine. Continue the game.

When the crisis was difficult to resolve, Biden even stated that he planned to hold another meeting. The Kremlin also stated that it is possible to hold another Russia-US summit before the end of the year.

On June 16, local time, Russian President Putin and US President Biden met in a villa named La Grange in Geneva, Switzerland.

The picture shows Russian President Putin and U.S. President Biden having talks in the villa.

Putin Biden will meet again at the end of the year?

  Earlier on the 15th, US President Biden stated that in the near future, it is not impossible to have more private talks with Putin.

In response to a question from the Russian TASS news agency, Biden added that he plans to have a "long-term" dialogue with the Russian leader next time.

  According to a report from the Russian Satellite Network, Biden said in response to questions about whether he plans to hold another Russia-US summit and whether it is necessary: ​​"We will talk in detail."

  When asked by Interfax whether Putin and Biden will meet again before the end of 2021, Kremlin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov also told reporters that there is such a possibility.

He added that in the near future, "talks are likely to be held."

  It is reported that the two leaders of Putin and Biden just had a conversation via video on the 7th of this month, and the talk time lasted more than 2 hours.

Putin and Biden discussed the conflict in Ukraine, NATO expansion, and tit-for-tat sanctions.

The Kremlin stated that the Russian President requested legal assurance that NATO will not expand further east, nor will it deploy offensive weapons to countries like Ukraine.

  Afterwards, the Kremlin stated that the two presidents still had "unfinished business".

The "Unfinished Things" of the Pubai Meeting

  After the Pope's meeting, the United States issued a threat to Russia regarding the situation in Ukraine, and Russia also accused NATO of its eastward expansion.

There are still "unfinished things" on both sides, and the Ukrainian issue still needs follow-up.

  A spokesperson for the White House National Security Council issued a statement stating that Sullivan, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs of the US President, had a phone conversation with Assistant to the President of Russia Ushakov to follow up on the December 7th US-Russia video summit.

  The statement pointed out: "Mr. Sullivan reiterated his concern about the build-up of Russian troops on the border between Russia and Ukraine, and emphasized that the United States will continue to coordinate closely with European allies and partners to seek diplomatic solutions to security and strategic issues."

  The statement also stated that the US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, Donfried, will hold consultations with NATO allies in Brussels on December 16 to coordinate positions.

  Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zakharova said that NATO member states are increasing the supply of weapons to Ukraine, and the situation in Ukraine is worrisome.

  Zakharova said at the press conference: “The development of the situation in Ukraine is still worrying. This is to put it lightly. NATO countries are increasing the supply of weapons to Ukraine and training Ukrainian soldiers, but the purpose of this is not to maintain stability and security. , But to add fuel to the fire and make the Ukrainian civil war intensify."

  Zakharova said that the United States has provided Ukraine with 2.5 billion U.S. dollars in military aid since 2014. This year alone, the scale of military aid exceeded 400 million U.S. dollars. Not long ago, the United States also supplied Ukraine with 30 sets of "Javelin" missile systems. Missiles.

Washington also plans to provide $300 million in military aid to Kiev in 2022.

  Zakharova emphasized that this will not create conditions for the implementation of the Minsk Agreement and the peaceful resolution of the internal conflict in Ukraine, nor will it resolve the humanitarian issues of the residents of Donbass.

  Zakharova added: “Western instructors continue to train Ukrainian soldiers. There are about 10,000 NATO soldiers stationed in Ukraine, including 4,000 U.S. troops and 6,000 soldiers from other NATO member states.”