U.S. President Joe Biden has showed Russian leader Vladimir Putin a list of infrastructure objects that should not become the targets of the cyber-attacks. Radio Liberty reported that, citing Biden on the press conference on the results of the Geneva Summit.
Biden stated he outlined to Putin 16 specific entities.
"He knows it. He doesn't know exactly what it is, but he knows it’s significant. If in fact they violate these basic norms, we will respond,” the U.S. President said.
Meanwhile, Biden added that he did not threaten Putin with a military response to any cyber-attacks.
The meeting of U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian leader Vladimir Putin took place on June 16 in Geneva.
The summit consisted of three parts. Ukraine was expected to be one of the topics of talks between the American and Russian leaders. The U.S. delegation included U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. The Kremlin noted that communication will be conditionally divided into three parts: in a narrow format (in the presence of Lavrov and Blinken), in an expanded format, and after a break for tea and coffee - the continuation of negotiations. In total, taking into account the breaks, the talks lasted four to five hours.
Russian President Vladimir Putin held a press conference, during which he stated that, the talks with US leader Joe Biden “quite constructive.”