Iran's supreme leader opened a presidential election on June 17 in which ultraconservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi is seen as all but certain to coast to victory over his vetted rivals.
After a lacklustre campaign, turnout is expected to plummet to a new low in a country exhausted by a punishing regime of US economic sanctions that dashed hopes for a brighter future.
Putin and Biden announced some practical steps after Geneva summit for coming months.
The summit of the Russian and US presidents, which lasted less than 4 hours, ended better than many predicted.
A joint communique on strategic stability was signed, and the ambassadors of both countries are returning in the coming days to work on bilateral relations.
Iran's state television reported on May 12 that the country's former firebrand president will run again for office in upcoming elections in June.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad reportedly marched accompanied by supporters to a registration center at the Interior Ministry where he filled out registration forms.
A member of a council that advises Iran's supreme leader died on March 2 after falling sick from the new coronavirus, state radio reported, becoming the first top official to succumb to the illness that is affecting members of the Islamic Republic's leadership.
Expediency Council member Mohammad Mirmohammadi died at a Tehran hospital of the virus, state radio said. He was 71.