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Putin, Biden to meet in Geneva on June 15-16, sources say


A meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his U.S. counterpart Joe Biden is expected to take place on June 15-16 in Geneva, sources said in the Biden administration on Tuesday. “The officials said Geneva has emerged as the final contender as a host city for the long-discussed meeting between the two leaders, who are expected to come together on June 15-16 at the conclusion of Biden’s first international trip since taking office,” sources reported. The U.S. president will be in Europe to participate in G7 and NATO summits in mid-June. The G7 meeting will be held on June 11-13…

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