Putin informs Cuban counterpart of Geneva Summit results
Russian President Vladimir Putin talks with his Cuban counterpart Miguel Diaz-Canel about his impressions on the US-Russian Geneva summit.
Russian President Vladimir Putin received a phone call from Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel, during which he told him about the results of his Geneva summit with US President Joe Biden.
The Kremlin press service said Tuesday, "The Russian president shared his impressions after the recent Russian-US summit in Geneva."
Putin also informed German Chancellor Angela Merkel of the results of his summit with Putin.
The summit that brought together Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden in the Swiss capital city, Geneva, was characterized by positivity. Putin stated that Russia intends to abide by international laws, adding that the Maritime Law Treaty is enshrined; Biden greeted him with the same, stressing that the tone of the entire meeting was good and positive.
On the 80th anniversary of the Great Patriotic War in Russia, the Cuban President expressed solidarity with Moscow, stressing the Soviet Union's decisive contribution to defeating Nazism.
The statement said that the two sides "stressed the importance of defending the historical truth about the Great Patriotic War and its heroes and the inadmissibility of attempts to rewrite history."
The two presidents discussed cooperation between Russia and Cuba in various fields, including further coordination on international issues and cooperation in the United Nations arena.