Russia's Putin 'liked' video meeting format in Biden talk, says Kremlin


Russian President Vladimir Putin liked the format of a recent video meeting with US President Joe Biden, the Kremlin said on Wednesday.

"Actually, this format (video meeting) allows talking quite frankly. At least, President Putin liked this format," spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters in Moscow.

Asked if Putin and Biden agreed on a date for a new meeting, Peskov said that at the moment "it is impossible to talk about such terms."

At the current stage, the appointed officials from both sides will meet to discuss the matters of strategic stability in Europe, Peskov said.

"It is not yet possible to say exactly when it will happen, but the presidents meant that it should take place very, very quickly," he noted.

The Russian and US presidents agreed at the video meeting held on Tuesday to appoint representatives who will address the confrontation between Russia and Europe.