When Biden met Putin: Decoding the world leaders’ body language – BBC News

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    President Vladimir Putin and President Joe Biden have met for a summit in Geneva, Switzerland.

    Cameras were not allowed inside the talks, but body language expert Mary Civiello breaks down what their interactions outside the negotiating room say about how the US and Russian leaders approached the meeting, and what it means for the two countries’ relationship.

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