ABOVE VIDEO: President Biden holds a press conference after his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
(FOX NEWS) – President Biden met with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday for a highly anticipated showdown between the two leaders.
They met in Geneva Wednesday morning for a half-day of talks between the two presidents and aides behind closed doors.
When asked Tuesday if he was ready for Wednesday’s talks, Biden replied, “I am always ready.”
Biden had called Putin a “worthy adversary,” on Monday prior to their long-anticipated meeting. His comments came after he agreed Putin was a “killer” earlier this year.
Biden and Putin were expected to discuss a range of issues, including Iran and North Korea’s nuclear capabilities, Syria, the Arctic, strategic stability, arms control, climate change, and COVID-19.
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ABOVE VIDEO: Vladimir Putin holds press conference after meeting with Biden.