The political scientist told what topics Putin and Biden can discuss in Geneva


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Natalya Eremina, Doctor of Political Science, Professor of St. Petersburg State University, commented on the upcoming talks between the leaders of Russia and the United States

Talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and American leader Joe Biden will be held at Villa La Grange, Switzerland, on June 16.

“Firstly, it has already been announced that we should talk, first of all, about security issues, this also applies to bilateral relations between Russia and the United States, and the agreements from which Russia and the United States withdrew, and, most likely, an attempt will be made to outline at least the dotted lines of future agreements on security issues, for example, on the open skies. Most likely, these issues will be discussed, “Eremina said on the air of Sputnik Belarus radio.

According to her, there is information that the European partners of the United States insisted on discussing security issues, since they believe that somehow when the United States and Russia withdraw from a number of agreements, issues of European security suffer.

Other points that the leaders can touch upon during the meeting are the unresolved conflict in Ukraine, the strange history of relations between Brussels and Minsk, the complicated relations between the EU and China, Eremina believes.

The expert also believes that at Biden’s meeting with Putin, questions about interference in internal affairs, relations with China, climate initiatives and other topics may be raised.

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