(Wilmington) US President Joe Biden on Sunday promised his Russian rival Vladimir Putin that Russia would not allow him to “violate” human rights at the first summit on June 16.
“I will meet with President Putin in two weeks in Geneva to make it clear that we will stand idly by when they violate these rights,” he said on the occasion of Memorial Day. For fallen soldiers for the country.
The Democratic president also recalled a lengthy telephone conversation with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in February. “I made it clear to him that we can not help protect human rights around the world, because it is us,” he said.
“America is unique. This is an idea, “he said.” It is clear that we, men and women, are born equal.
Joe Biden will meet with Vladimir Putin on June 16 in Geneva, Switzerland, amid rising tensions between the two rival powers.
The U.S. president, who is eager to mark a break with his predecessor Donald Trump, who is accused of complacency towards the Kremlin master, is showing a great deal of vision for Russia.
But even the Democratic president is hurting his desire for dialogue. He promises to reassure Russia “if it interferes in our democracy” and goes so far as to call his Russian opponent a “killer”, assuring him that he “does not want to provoke a cycle of aggravation and conflict.” ”.