Peskov named the date of the talks between Putin and Biden

Kremlin spokesman Peskov said Putin and Biden will talk via video link on December 7

Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold talks with his American counterpart Joe Biden on Tuesday night, December 7th. This date was announced by the press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov, RIA Novosti reports.

The Kremlin spokesman noted that the negotiations will be held via video communication. The presidents themselves determine the time required for the conversation, Peskov specified.

The White House named the topics that the leaders of the two countries will discuss during the talks. Biden plans to highlight concerns about Russian military activities on the border with Ukraine, as well as highlight the US commitment to Ukrainian sovereignty and territorial integrity.

Earlier in December, Biden said he hoped to have a long conversation with Putin. “We have known about Russia's actions for a long time. I expect that we will have a long conversation with Putin, “the American leader said, referring to the situation on the Russian-Ukrainian border.



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