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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Putin leaves Biden hanging for 90 seconds at climate conference after apparent technical glitch” – below is their description.
A technical issue left Vladimir Putin looking bemused as he was about to address a summit of world leaders.
The glitch meant Emmanuel Macron’s contribution to the climate meeting was cut short.
The Russian president then appeared on screen – but left everyone hanging for 90 seconds while the issue was solved.
The climate event was convened by the United States and was the first in a series culminating in COP26 in the UK.
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