President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has announced his readiness to meet with his US counterpart Joe Biden before he meets with Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Geneva. This was discussed in Zelensky's Zoom interview with Axios.
"Zelensky used an hourlong Zoom interview with Axios on Friday to beseech Biden to meet with him face to face before a June 16 summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin — offering to join him "at any moment and at any spot on the planet," the message reads.
At the same time, Zelensky understands that this may not happen due to the schedule of the US President.
The meeting of U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian leader Vladimir Putin will take place in Geneva on June 16. Relevant information was confirmed by the Kremlin and the White House.
Putin and Biden are expected to discuss bilateral relations, strategic stability, as well as topical issues of the international order, the fight against the pandemic and the settlement of regional conflicts.
As we reported earlier, Ukraine was unpleasantly surprised by the decision of the Biden administration to waive sanctions on Nord Stream 2 AG, which is responsible for the construction of Russia's Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to Germany.