US, Russian officials discuss Ukraine, Belarus-Poland border crisis
Head of Russian Security Council, US national security adviser also speak about new presidential meeting, says Kremlin spokesman
The US and Russian security officials have discussed cyber security, the situation in Ukraine, and the migration crisis on the Belarus-Poland border, the Kremlin spokesman said on Thursday.
Head of Russian Security Council Nikolay Patrushev and US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan also spoke over phone about the preparation of a new presidential meeting, Dmitry Peskov told reporters at a daily briefing in Moscow.
According to the spokesman, there is currently no information about possible dates for a meeting between the two leaders.
Earlier, Peskov had said that there is no agreement yet on a meeting between President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Joe Biden but "everything is possible.”
Putin and Biden met at a summit in Geneva, Switzerland in June in their first face-to-face talks since the US president took office this January.