EFEGeneva

United States president Joe Biden and Russia’s Vladimir Putin on Wednesday held talks in Geneva with relations between Washington and Moscow at their lowest ebb in decades.

Despite the strained ties, Putin said “there was no hostility” during their talks, which focused on strategic stability, cybersecurity and the fight against cybercrime.

At a separate press conference, Biden insisted his agenda is “not against Russia or anyone else, it’s for the American people.” EFE