President Biden praises ‘good, positive’ tone of discussions with Putin

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    US President Joe Biden said Wednesday that discussions during his first summit with Vladimir Putin were “positive”, but he warned his Russian counterpart that Washington would not tolerate interference in US democracy.

    “The tone of the entire meeting… was good, positive,” Biden told reporters after the summit in Geneva, stressing though that he “made it clear that we will not tolerate attempts to violate our democratic sovereignty or destabilise our democratic elections and we would respond.”

    After a one-day summit in Geneva, Switzerland, Mr Biden said: “I did what I came to do,” and that there is no substitute for face-to-face meetings.

    In a partial healing of their diplomatic rift it was announced that each country’s respective ambassadors will return to their posts as soon as is practically possible.

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