The summit between Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden will be held in Geneva on June 15th and 16th. CNN anticipated this, citing sources from the American Administration. Biden will travel to Switzerland at the end of his first trip abroad from the settlement, it is specified. Previously, the Russian newspaper Kommersant had made it known that the meeting, on the same dates cited by CNN, would be staged in a “third country”. The envoys of the Presidents of Russia and the United States, Nikolai Patrushev and Jake Sullivan, outlined the agreement yesterday in Geneva. Meanwhile, Putin’s agenda, as the Kremlin confirmed at least in part, should include a meeting with Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko. “If the meeting is actually held, President Lukashenko will certainly have an opportunity to provide the Russian head of state with an explanation of the circumstances and causes of what happened”, in relation to the hijacking of the Ryanair flight and the subsequent arrest of the journalist Roman Protasevich and his partner, the young Russian Sofia Sapega. “We will soon announce the date and place of the meeting”, explained the spokesman, Dmitry Peskov. Moscow’s possible assistance in Minsk “in relation to the Ryanair flight depends on what Belarus will say at the meeting with Putin”, Peskov concluded.