White House spokesman Psaki: The US aims to bring relations with Russia to stability
US President Joe Biden during a conversation with the Russian leader Vladimir Putin, among other things, will discuss cybersecurity and other issues of relations between Moscow and Washington, not only the situation around Ukraine. This was reported by the press secretary of the White House Jen Psaki, reports TASS.
According to her, the United States aims to bring relations with the Russian Federation on a more stable basis, does not seek to escalate. The upcoming dialogue between the heads of the two states should not be viewed as an opportunity for the United States to present threats to the Russian Federation, Psaki assessed.
Earlier, a Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that a special closed telephone line for a conversation between Putin and Biden on December 7 will be used for the first time … He noted that thanks to the line, the leaders of the two countries will be able to conduct a dialogue “on the most responsible topics that require a high level of secrecy.” A presidential spokesman urged to refrain from exalted expectations from the talks between Putin and Biden. The Kremlin has already announced that the meeting will be held in a closed format and will not be broadcast.