Biden and Putin call Geneva talks ‘positive’, ‘constructive’, but differences emerged over how much they will cooperate

US President Joe Biden said on Wednesday that he and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin agreed to establish a dialogue to lower the risk of military conflict and form a task force to investigate cyberattacks that have temporarily crippled energy and health care systems in the US, as both sought to ease tensions between the two countries.“I‘m pleased that [Putin] agreed today to launch a bilateral strategic stability dialogue – diplomatic-speak for saying get our military experts and our…


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