Ukraine-related issues are on the agenda of the meeting between Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden, which is supposed to take place in Geneva on June 16. Yuriy Ushakov, the assistant to the Russian president said so as quoted by TASS news agency.
The two presidents will be discussing topics in the following order: the current state and prospects of development of Russian-American relations, major topics of strategic stability, information safety and combat against cyber crime.
Then, the politicians will discuss certain matters of bilateral relations, economic cooperation, climate issues, the Arctic-related matters and combat against coronavirus.
Finally, Biden and Putin will discuss regional matters - the Middle East, Syria, Libya, Iranian nuclear program, peaceful solution in Afghanistan, the situation in Korean peninsula and Nagorno-Karabakh and the conflict in Ukraine.