The summit between the two presidents is expected to take place in Geneva, Switzerland on 16 June, and it will be their first meeting since Joe Biden's inauguration earlier this year. Regional conflicts in Syria and Libya, global security threats, and environmental issues are expected to be on the agenda.
The purported discussions within the bloc come as Sputnik reported this week that Moscow will propose a ban on the deployment of land-based intermediate-and shorter-range missiles. However, the White House and NATO have yet to comment on the proposal.
The former spymaster previously said that Israel is ready to eliminate individuals who "constitute a capability that endangers the citizens of Israel".
The Australian prime minister held a meeting with the US president on the sidelines of the G7 summit in England, where the two agreed to work closely on "challenges" in the Indo-Pacific region, among other things.
The event is the first time the group of seven leaders has convened since the beginning of the pandemic, as the previous year's summit was cancelled amid coronavirus fears.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Denmark and Inter Milan soccer star Christian Eriksen, who collapsed during a Euro 2020 game on Saturday, remains in hospital in a stable condition, the Danish Football Association (DBU) said on Sunday.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The White House expects that the upcoming summit between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will present an opportunity for the US leader to deliver "a strong message" to Moscow, NBC reports.
According to Johns Hopkins University, at least 175.5 million people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 so far, while the death toll from the pandemic has surpassed 3.79 million.