Biden calls on Putin to respect human rights in Geneva

(Left) President Joe Biden visits the Sports Rock Climbing Center in Alexandria, Virginia on May 28, 2021 and waits for a speech. With members of the Council of Parliamentarians at the Taudride Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia, April 27, 2021. (Alexandria / Sputnik / AFP via Getty Images)

Wilmington, Delaware-On Sunday, President Joe Biden said during a meeting between the two leaders in June, he would pressure Russian President Vladimir Putin to respect human rights.

In a speech celebrating Memorial Day’s holiday, Mr. Biden said, “I met with President Putin in Geneva a few weeks later, and we objected, did not stand by, and made it clear that he would allow him to abuse his rights. I’m

The White House plans to proceed with a summit meeting between the two leaders on Friday after Microsoft flagged a cyberattack on U.S. government agencies by Nobelium, the group behind last year’s Russian solar wind hack. Said that.

The Kremlin states that there is no information on the latest attacks.

In announcing the June 16 meeting, the White House said the two leaders would discuss a variety of issues with the goal of restoring “predictability and stability” in the relationship between Washington and Moscow.

It happened in Moscow’s denial of US election interference, cyberattacks, and tensions over Ukraine.

Jeff Mason

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