The most probable place of the meeting of Russia’s and U.S. presidents Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden is Switzerland as Kommersant reported citing sources at the Russian government.
The state bodies of Russia state that the decision will mostly depend on the talks of Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken planned on May 19-20. If Moscow approves the meeting at the highest level, it can take place in Switzerland.
Currently, no decisions were made; however, the sources called this country “the most probable” platform for the summit of two leaders.
It is not found out whether or not there is an issue about Geneva or another Swiss city.
On April 13, U.S. President Joe Biden called his Russian colleague Vladimir Putin. The two leaders discussed a number of regional and global issues, including the growing military presence near the border of Ukraine. Biden offered Putin to hold a meeting in summer in Europe.
Finland, Austria and Switzerland stated the readiness to host the possible summit of the Russian and American presidents.