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What is Putin afraid of and why should journalists "stop asking questions"? VIDEO

Putin and Biden met yesterday in Geneva. Before the beginning of the summit, the Russian president stated that there are many issues in the relations between the two countries. However, journalists also had many questions after the meeting. Neither Vladimir Putin nor Joe Biden seemed to be thrilled with such a situation.

Putin and Biden won’t be friends but see path together

There was no talk of gazing into Vladimir Putin's "soul" and the Russian president didn't try to gaslight a rookie U.S. leader.

Instead, Putin's first summit with the fifth U.S. president of his tenure, Joe Biden, was about mutual respect - and the meeting in Geneva could, both of them said, lead to a more predictable, if still tense, relationship.

Biden, Putin handshake kicks off Geneva summit

Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin kicked off their summit Wednesday with a handshake outside the Geneva villa where the two presidents plan to confront each other over the worst U.S.-Russia tensions in years.    

Following an introduction by their host, Swiss President Guy Parmelin, Biden extended his arm for his first handshake with Putin since taking office in January.    

Behind the scenes: Snipers, army at the airport, police on the streets PHOTO

The presidents of Russia and United States of America, Vladimir Putin and Joseph Biden, will hold their first bilateral meeting today at Villa La Grange in Geneva. The agenda of the Russian-American summit includes issues related to cooperation between the two countries.

Biden Meets Putin in Geneva to Set "Predictable" Relationship

US President Joe Biden's weeklong European tour is approaching the culminating point - talks with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Geneva on June 16.

Statements made by US administration officials lately pointed out from all that has been said is Washington is out to build a stable and predictable relationship with Moscow.

Putin-Biden Summit: No Concrete Deals But Still Useful

A meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his U.S. counterpart Joe Biden in Geneva on Wednesday is unlikely to yield concrete deals but the talks will still be useful, a Kremlin aide said.

The leaders will meet for the first time since Biden became president as the bilateral relationship stands at the lowest point in years.

Scenic Lakeside Villa Being Spruced up for Putin-Biden Summit

Wednesday's Geneva summit between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will take place in a plush 18th-century lakeside villa steeped in the Swiss city's history.

The Villa La Grange, set in Geneva's biggest park which slopes down to the shore, is well used to hosting showpiece events -- but the Biden-Putin talks will rank as the most high-powered of them all.

Trump Is ‘bright personality’ and Biden Is ‘career man’, According to Putin

Russian the president Vladimir Putin before the upcoming meeting with ASV President Joe Biden has given an interview to U.S. TV channel NBC, describing former U.S. President Donald Trump as a "bright personality" and Biden as a "career man."

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