The Office of President of Ukraine assumes that US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will talk about Ukraine. The newly appointed Deputy Head of the President's Office Andriy Sybiha said this in an interview with European Truth.
"We can assume that yes (they will talk - ed.). In conversations with our partners, in fact, we agreed and proved the position of Ukraine - I mean the United States, I mean the Ukrainian history of the conversation with Canada and with our other key allies. If we take the conversation with President Biden, we can, as a result of the conversation, record, in fact, the consistency and coordination of positions on the eve, including the Biden-Putin meeting," Sybiha said.
Meanwhile, Swiss authorities will temporarily restrict airspace over the city of Geneva and deploy up to 1,000 troops to the area to help reinforce security measures for the summit of Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Joe Biden next week.
On June 11, Switzerland's seven-member executive body, the Federal Council, approved the temporary measures that will include air policing and airspace surveillance by the Swiss air force during Wednesday's summit.