January 21. Russian Presidential Press Secretary Peskov said that the question of talks between Russian President Putin and US President Biden is not on the agenda for the time being, and we should wait for the time to come before contacting.
According to news from the Russian Satellite News Agency on the 21st, Peskov told reporters that day: “No such consultations have been conducted yet.
However, due to the new crown epidemic, face-to-face international exchanges are actually no longer held. There is currently no individual contact.
The plan is to wait until the time is right, and we can only proceed when we can talk about potential talks with some prospects.” Peskov also said that there is no preparation for Putin and Biden talks for the time being, and this issue is not on the agenda. “.
On January 20, local time, US President-elect and Democrat Joseph Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States in Washington, DC. On the same day, the US Vice President-elect Kamala Harris was sworn in, and the United States welcomed its first female Vice President.
This means that the new US government has officially taken office.
Earlier, Peskov stated that Russian President Putin has no plans to contact the outgoing US President Trump and President-elect Biden.
The White House also stated that the presidents of the United States and Russia have no plans to conduct telephone talks for the time being.