GENEVA (AP) — President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin are in Geneva for a high-stakes summit.
The two are expected to address everything from cybercrime to Russia’s alleged interference in U.S. elections during their meeting.
Biden, who has spoken to Putin over the phone, told the Russian leader that “it is always better to meet face to face.”
Both sides have played down expectations for any major breakthroughs, but both Biden and Putin have stressed the need to restore more stable relations between the two nations.
Overall, the summit is projected to last four to five hours before each leader holds a press conference.