The announcement of the upcoming meeting of the American and Russian presidents has created quite a stir in the entire political world. Expectations of the Putin-Biden summit are not too much optimistic. Many believe that the outcome of the summit is already obvious.
Earlier, the Kremlin announced that the meeting between the presidents of Russia and the United States, Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden, would take place on June 16 in Geneva.
According to Putin's official spokesman Dmitry Peskov, the details of the negotiations are still to be coordinated.
For its part, the White House, in the face of Jen Psaki, noted that Washington wanted to restore predictability and stability in the Russian-American relationship.
"We don't regard the meeting with the Russian president as a reward. We regard it as a vital part of defending America's interests," Psaki said.
Deputy Speaker of the Federation Council of Russia, Konstantin Kosachev, believes that the United States and Russia have a rare opportunity to come to an agreement and "get the ball rolling."
Judging by the results of the preliminary meeting of the heads of US and Russian foreign affairs departments Anthony Blinken and Sergei Lavrov in Reykjavik, the presidents would have specific lists of questions and programs for their solution.
Many believe, however, that the summit is not going to end with any type of breakthrough.
Most likely, when the summit ends, the United States and Russia will announce the following:
The above appears to be all that one can expect from the upcoming summit. It appears that Russia does not need this summit at all, while the United States will use it to accomplish its political questions. Russia has never been able to punch the USA in the face. Our relationship will never be constructive until it happens.
In less than a week after the Putin-Biden summit in Geneva, Washington has announced the preparation of new sanctions against Russia. It appears interesting how the Kremlin commented on the news