For updated global info & data on COVID-19, please click HERE.For updated global data & graphs on COVID-19, please click HERE.For COVID-19 cases and death counts in USA by state, please click HERE.For COVID-19 cases in Florida via Florida COVID Action, please click HERE.For COVID-19 cases in Florida, via Florida state government, please click HERE.Former U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, former deputy national security advisor Ben Rhodes, and former chief of staff at the CIA and Department of Defense Jeremy Bash react to President Biden marking a new chapter in relations with a historic adversary, Russian President Vladimir Putin, in the video published on June 16, 2021, “Biden Sets Expectations And Delivers Warnings In Meeting With Putin“, below:
President Biden was setting up expectations, delivering warnings, and spoke up for basic democratic values and international norms and standards. Biden raised issue concerning human rights, specifically naming Alexei Navalny, name that former president Donald Trump dared not to utter to Putin.
During his remarks at the close of the Biden-Putin summit, President Biden discussed important topics raised in his meeting with Russian President Putin such as cyberattacks, Alexei Navalny and the importance of human rights, in the video published on June 16, 2021, “Biden On Putin Meeting: ‘My Agenda Is Not Against Russia’“, below:
Despite the tough rhetoric from Vladimir Putin, the enigmatic Russian leader’s motivations aren’t always clear. Founding Partner and Washington Correspondent for “Puck,” Julia Iofee, and Russian dissident Vladimir Kara-Murza join Geoff Bennett to discuss, in the video published on June 16, 2021, “Biden Puts Human Rights Front And Center At Bilats“, below:
President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin plowed through a list of disputes during their Wednesday summit in Geneva, including cybersecurity and human rights. Nancy Cordes has the latest, in the video published on June 16, 2021, “Biden and Putin discuss cybersecurity and human rights at Geneva summit“, below:
President Biden gave a list of 16 critical infrastructure sectors that need to be off limit to Russian hackers, including :
Food and Agriculture
Healthcare and Public Health
Nuclear Reactors, Materials, and Waste
Water and Wastewater Systems
Putin agreed to work with President Biden, but he claimed that most hackers are in USA.
During his remarks following his meeting with Russian President Putin, President Biden says Putin knows there will be consequences towards his credibility worldwide if ransomware attacks and election interference continues, in the video published on June 16, 2021, “Biden: Russia Actions Diminish Putin’s Credibility“, below:
President Biden also pushed for the release of two former U.S. marines imprisoned in Russia. Biden said the true test will come in three to six months.
In the video published on June 16, 2021, “WATCH LIVE: Biden holds news conference after meeting with Putin“, below:
Former CIA director John Brennan discusses the Joe-Biden -Vladimir Putin summit, in the video published on June 16, 2021, “John Brennan Discusses The Joe Biden- Vladimir Putin Summit | MSNBC“, below:
Former U.S. Ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul, and NBC’s Monica Alba joined Chris Jansing from Geneva, Switzerland to discuss President Biden’s high-profile meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. McFaul, who recently briefed Biden on the upcoming summit, explains the president’s top priorities. Plus, NBC’s Keir Simmons shares his latest reporting from Moscow, in the video published on June 15, 2021, “Former U.S. Ambassador Breaks Down high-Stakes Biden-Putin Meeting“, below:
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