US News

First US-Russia meet since Biden took office

Published by
AFP

Reykjavik (AFP) – The US and Russian foreign ministers are meeting in Iceland on Wednesday evening to gauge the enormous gulf between the rival powers and confirm a potential summit between Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin. Statements preceding the face-to-face talks on the sidelines of the Arctic Council meeting in Iceland do not bode well for the de-escalation of tensions that the two say they want, with relations at their lowest point since the end of the Cold War. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken seemed to want to make the Arctic — a new geopolitical issue at the heart of the r…

Read More

Facebook Comments

Check Also

“$3000 In Months, Not Years” – Gold's Inflation-Protection Means “Violent” Run-Up Imminent

“$3000 In Months, Not Years” – Gold’s Inflation-Protection ...

Archives