Nov. 29 – According to a comprehensive report, as the situation on Ukraine’s border is heating up, Russian President’s Press Secretary Peskov recently said that the Kremlin hopes that Russian President Putin and U.S. President Biden will meet before the end of the year.
According to a Russian satellite network report on the 29th, Russian President’s Press Secretary Peskov said that the Kremlin hopes that Russian President Putin and US President Biden will meet before the end of the year, most likely via video link.
Peskov said: “The date has not been finalized yet. We hope that the meeting can be held before the end of the year. The specific date has not been determined yet. It is likely to be held by video connection.”
Shortly after, U.S. President Biden told reporters that he was likely to hold talks with Russian President Putin and Ukrainian President Zelensky.
Recently, some Western countries and Western media have frequently speculated and hyped that Russia will “invade” Ukraine or participate in planning Ukraine to “launch a coup”. NATO and some European countries have also promoted sanctions against Russia. In response to the relevant rumors, it is reported that Russia has denied many times that it does not threaten anyone or has no intention of attacking anyone. As for the “aggression” rhetoric, it is just NATO to deploy more military equipment near the Russian border.
On June 16, local time, Putin and Biden met in Geneva to conduct dialogues on important areas such as cybersecurity and human rights, expressing their positions, and no major breakthroughs have been made. At the same time, the two sides decided to hold consultations on strategic stability.