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Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold a separate meeting with Swiss President Guy Parmelin following the summit with his American counterpart Joe Biden in Geneva on June 16.

Axar.az reports citing Russian media that Kremlin aide Yuri Ushakov stated this.

"After [Putin’s] press conference concludes, there will be a bilateral meeting with the Swiss president," the Kremlin representative said. According to him, the agenda for the conversation of Putin and Parmelin was not coordinated, "there was simply an agreement to meet," and, apparently, the development of bilateral cooperation will be discussed.

The presidential aide emphasized that Russia highly esteems the neutral role of Switzerland and is grateful to the Swiss side for organizing the summit in Geneva.

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2021.06.15 / 14:30
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