The talks of Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Joe Biden on June 16 in Geneva should last about four-five hours with the breaks as TASS reported citing Spokesperson of Putin, Dmitriy Peskov.
“They are considered to last about four-five hours. With breaks,” Peskov said.
He also noted that the formats will change during the negotiations. Meanwhile, Peskov does not know whether or not the press conferences of the leaders of Russia and the U.S. will be synchronized. According to him, the Russian leader will meet with his pool right after the talks.
“I do know whether the press conference of Mr. Biden will take place, but I can officially confirm that the press conference of Vladimir Putin will take place on the results of the meeting,” Peskov said.
Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin will meet in Swiss Geneva on June 16. It will be the first meeting of the leaders since Biden assumed the presidential office.
Meanwhile, Ukraine revealed its expectations from the meeting of the American and Russian leaders.