Russian Presidential Spokesman Dmitry Peskov confirmed today that there are no deadlines for implementing a set of agreements between Russia and the United States after the meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his American counterpart Joe Biden.
"Putin and Biden addressed many issues, and it will take some time to realize those views that were expressed in the course of yesterday's talks," Peskov was quoted by Sputnik news agency as saying in response to a question about when, in the Kremlin's opinion, it will be possible to assess the results of the summit.
He added: After that, the role of experts will come, and this will be a difficult and tedious work and will take months.
The talks held by the Russian and US presidents in Geneva lasted four and a half hours yesterday, with a break, and a joint declaration was issued on the launch of Moscow and Washington comprehensive bilateral dialogue on strategic stability.
Peskov confirmed earlier that the talks between Putin and Biden during the Geneva summit went as expected from the Russian side.