Joe Biden met Putin, the biggest ‘enemy’, gifted ‘special’ glasses, gave a strong message- President Joe Biden, who described Russia as the biggest enemy after the victory in the US election, held a historic summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva on Wednesday. Putin said that there was no animosity between the two during this conversation. After talks between Biden and Putin, both countries agreed to send their ambassadors to each other’s place. During this meeting, Biden gifted Putin a special spectacle, which has now become a topic of discussion.
According to a CNN report, a pair of specially designed aviator sunglasses that Biden has gifted to the Russian President. These glasses have been made by an American company that supplies them to the US military and NATO countries. Joe Biden also gifted a statue of a bison made of crystal to Putin. The bison is the national animal of America.
‘Strengthen your preparations against Russia and China’
It is believed that by gifting the glasses associated with NATO, Biden has given a big message to Putin. That too when Biden participated in a meeting with NATO countries in Brussels just before this summit. In this meeting, Biden reiterated military commitment with NATO countries and appealed to his allies to strengthen their preparedness against Russia and China.
Rundolph USA, the manufacturer of the glasses, said that it designed the HGU-4/P Aviator sunglasses for fighter pilots. Earlier, Putin said he and US President Joe Biden at a “constructive” summit on Wednesday would begin talks to send their ambassadors back to their posts and change the final treaty that limits nuclear weapons. agreed to do. Putin said there was “no animosity” during the talks which ended in less time than expected.
The issue of opposition leader Alexei Navalny also raised: Putin
Both sides had said that they expected the meeting to last four to five hours but the meeting between the two leaders lasted less than three hours. This included a preliminary meeting attended by both the president and top aides of both. After the meeting ended, Putin held a one-on-one press conference to explain the results, while Biden addressed reporters separately. Putin acknowledged that Biden raised human rights issues with him, including the case of opposition leader Alexei Navalny.