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Two high-level sources confirmed that the meeting will take place in June.

The question of meeting the two leaders has been discussed for a long time and now the last details are planned.

The flight will be Joe Biden’s first international flight since taking office in January.

The relationship between the two leaders is lukewarm.

Biden calls Putin a “killer”

In March, Joe Biden participated in a TV interview with ABC in which the conversation switched to Russian regime critic Alexei Navalny – who stated that Putin had tried to kill him.

Biden was then asked if he agreed with the claim that Putin was a murderer.

Joe Biden replied, “I do.”

Shortly thereafter, Vladimir Putin responded to the allegations on Russian television, stating that a killer was needed to identify another killer.

Russia also invited the homeland of its ambassador.

Then a Putin spokesman said there was a risk of a deterioration in relations between the two countries.

Biden announced in April that he “expects to meet Putin soon” and said that the problems between the two countries do not need to be resolved before the meeting.

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