The talks between Putin and Biden scheduled for tomorrow in Geneva should "last about four or five hours, including breaks": said the Kremlin spokesman, Dmitri Peskov, echoed by the Interfax agency.
The summit, extended to include foreign ministers, should begin at 1pm local time.
"No agreement" was reached between Russia and the US on holding a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin and his American counterpart Joe Biden after the Geneva summit. This was stated by the Kremlin adviser for foreign affairs, Yuri Ushakov. "During the preparations the agreement to conduct a joint press conference was not reached. And this is how the current meeting differs from the others. You remember that in Helsinki there was a press conference with Donald Trump, quite memorable", noted the adviser. The Kremlin representative reiterated that Biden did not have a joint press conference even after recent talks with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. "Perhaps this is just the way in which the new American president interacts with the media, we do not know ", he commented. The Kremlin has made it known that Putin, at the end of the summit, will immediately meet the journalists of the presidential pool. .