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The press unfolds details of Russia-USA presidential summit

The press unfolds details of Russia-USA presidential summit

Geneva, Jun 16 (Prensa Latina) The Kremlin unfolded the eve that Russia-USA presidential summit will last five hours today in Geneva.
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Russia’s President Vladimir Putin will arrive here directly from Moscow, while his delegation already landed Tuesday at the local airport of Cointrin, made up of his presidential advisor for International Affairs, Yuri Ushakov; the Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and the Deputy Foreign Minister, Sergey Riabkov.

Also, arriving as part of the Russian delegation were Kremlin’s spokesperson Dmitry Peskov, Russian Ambassador to the US Anatoly Antonov and Chief of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces Valery Guerasimov.

Dmitry Kozak, deputy head of the Russian Presidency, and Alexander Lavrentiev, Putin’s special envoy for the solution of the Syrian problem, were invited to the discussions on regional conflicts.

According to the details released, the two presidents are scheduled to arrive at the summit at 13.00 local time.

The first to arrive at Villa La Grange will be Putin and then Biden, where they will be received by the President of the Swiss Confederation, Guy Parmelin, and then pose for a photograph at the start of the summit, which is due to begin at 13.15 local time.

It was learned that Putin will be the first to share his views on the summit with the press at 18:00 local time, as he will later hold a bilateral meeting with Parmelin and the Swiss delegation before returning to this capital.

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