At that meeting, scheduled for June 16 in Geneva, Switzerland, the agenda will be related to criminal cybernetic activity, stability and nuclear security, among other issues, the spokesperson said.
However, Psaki said, we are not preparing a meeting in which all disagreements can be resolved.
In that sense, the Kremlin spokesman, Dmitri Peskov, also spoke on Friday, and referred an absence of great expectations in the talks between the leaders, although he described the beginning of a dialogue as a positive step.
That will be the first meeting between leaders of Russia and the United States since July 2018, when Putin spoke in Helsinki with then-US President Donald Trump.
Bilateral ties have increasingly deteriorated since Biden took office on January 20, and the US president even called his Russian counterpart a murderer in an interview with ABC News, prompting a firm rejection from Moscow.