President Joe Biden on Sunday vowed to be “very clear" with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin at upcoming talks about a raft of US concerns regarding Moscow’s behaviour.
Biden defended his decision not to appear jointly with the Kremlin leader after their meeting in Geneva on Wednesday, saying: “This is not a contest about who could do better in front of a press conference and try to embarrass each other.
“It is about making myself very clear what the conditions are to get a better relationship with Russia. We’re not looking for conflict."
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