Biden-Putin Summit in Geneva

Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden

met in Geneva on 16 June 2021 for a much anticipated Summit on key geopolitical issues

As a leading centre in global security, the Geneva Centre for Security Policy as a key provider in global dialogue solutions,
offered the unique ability to enrich one's understanding around the geopolitical challenges between Russia and the US,
by providing expert insights and analysis before, during and after the Biden-Putin Summit in Geneva.


Thomas Greminger

"In a world faced with a multitude of urgent complex challenges, not a day goes by without the need for global solutions on arms control, global health, climate crisis, terrorism, human rights and many other areas. That is why the Biden-Putin Summit on 16 June in Geneva is key. It provides an opportunity to resume dialogue, relaunch negotiations and achieve trust."

    — Ambassador Thomas Greminger, Geneva Centre for Security Policy


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The Geneva Centre for Security Policy has its roots in the Geneva Summit of 1985: the first meeting between U.S. President Ronald Reagan and Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev to discuss international diplomatic relations and the arms race in the midst of the Cold War.

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