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Biden says Putin a ''worthy adversary''

Biden says Putin a ''worthy adversary''
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Brussels, Jun 15 (AP) Two days from his Wednesday meeting with Russia''s leader, President Joe Biden has called Vladimir Putin a “worthy adversary” but declined to say how he''ll measure the success of the meeting in advance.

Asked during a press conference after Monday''s NATO summit about the upcoming meeting, Biden wouldn''t offer any specifics on what he''s hoping to gain from his time with Putin, saying only that they''ll discuss “areas where we can cooperate,” and a warning that if Russia refuses to cooperate on things like cybersecurity “we will respond in kind”.

Biden said, however, that Putin is “bright” and “tough” and expressed hopes the Russian president would show interest in “changing the perception the world has of him”. (AP) SCY

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Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI

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