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The conclusion of the talks for the Putin-Biden summit in Geneva

A round of expanded talks concluded in Geneva within the framework of the summit held today, Wednesday, between Russian President Vladimir Putin and American Joe Biden.
The Russian press team covering the summit revealed the conclusion of the expanded talks between the two presidents and the delegations accompanying them at Villa La Grange, noting that the two parties decided not to divide this round of dialogue into two parts as originally planned.
The expanded meeting lasted for more than an hour, after Putin and Biden held a round of talks that lasted more than 1.5 hours on a small scale, in the presence of Russian Foreign Ministers Sergei Lavrov and American Anthony Blinken.
The Russian-US summit in Geneva lasted a total of about 4.5 hours, including a brief break between the two rounds.
After the conclusion of the expanded talks, Biden left the headquarters of the summit.
Today, Putin and Biden are scheduled to hold two separate press conferences, during which they will talk about the results of the summit.
Lavrov and his deputy, Sergei Ryabkov, Chief of the General Staff Valery Gerasimov, Assistant to the President Yuri Ushakov, Deputy Head of the Russian President’s Administration Dmitry Kozak, Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov, and the Russian President’s Special Envoy to Syria Alexander Lavrentiev, in addition to the Moscow ambassador, participated in the expanded talks. Washington has Anatole Antonov.
In contrast, the expanded delegation accompanying Biden included Blinken, Deputy Secretary for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland, National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan, Eric Green, the official in charge of Russia and Central Asia in the National Security Council, and Washington’s ambassador to Moscow, John Sullivan.

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