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Putin says 'there is no happiness in life' after his meeting with Biden

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement Russian President Vladimir Putin struck a dark tone during his lengthy, rambling press conference following nearly four hours of talks with President Joe Biden in Geneva, Switzerland on Wednesday.
When asked whether the meeting had helped build trust between the leaders, Putin turned philosophical.
"There's no happiness in life," Putin said. "There's only a mirage on the horizon, so we'll cherish that."
He added, "but I believe there's a spark of hope in eyes."
The Russian leader told reporters that it was "difficult to say" whether the meeting would change relations...
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‘Doing Putin's work'? Clinton picks moment of Geneva summit to attack 2020 election doubters & promise 'consequences' for Russia

‘Doing Putin's work'? Clinton picks moment of Geneva summit to attack 2020 election doubters & promise 'consequences' for Russia

1 month ago   |   By RT

As US President Joe Biden meets with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Geneva, failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton seems intent to ensure relations between the nations remain poor.
Biden and Putin met in Switzerland on Wednesday to discuss matters including foreign policy, climate change, the Covid-19 pandemic, and cyber security, during a summit both men hope will thaw the chilly relationship between the two countries.
Not everyone wants that relationship thawed, however. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, one of the loudest voices behind the disproven conspiracy...
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The Latest: Putin says no hostility in meeting with Biden

The Latest: Putin says no hostility in meeting with Biden

1 month ago   |   By Star Tribune

Russian President Vladimir Putin has described the tone of the talks with U.S. President Joe Biden on Wednesday as "constructive" and said there was no hostility during the talks.
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The Latest: Putin says no hostility in meeting with Biden

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

GENEVA - Russian President Vladimir Putin has described the tone of the talks with U.S. President Joe Biden on Wednesday as “constructive” and said there was no hostility during the talks.
His remarks came at a news conference after he and Biden met in Geneva for a high-stakes summit amid tensions between the West and the Kremlin.
“Our assessment of many issues differ, but in my view both sides demonstrated the desire to understand each other and looks for ways to get closer,” Putin said.
“The conversation was rather constructive,” he added.
GENEVA - Russian President Vladimir Putin says...
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Russian President Vladimir Putin: No hostility in meeting with US President Joe Biden; tone was constructive

1 month ago   |   By ABC News


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