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Vladimir Putin Calls Talks with President Biden "Quite Constructive," Denies Responsibility for Cyberattacks

Russian President Vladimir Putin tells CNN's Matthew Chance that his talks with President Biden in Geneva were "quite constructive." Asked… read more

Russian President Vladimir Putin tells CNN's Matthew Chance that his talks with President Biden in Geneva were "quite constructive." Asked if he had committed to no further cyberattacks against the U.S, Mr. Putin says that the U.S. and Canada are responsible for the most cyberattacks in the world. He goes on to deny responsibility for the attacks on Colonial Pipeline and SolarWinds and says one of the Russian regions has faced similar attacks on its health care system and that they were coordinated in the U.S. "We need to get rid of all kinds of insinuations and innuendo and we should launch the expert work for the benefit of the United States and Russian Federation. We have reached an agreement in principle and Russia is ready to do that," Mr. Putin says. close

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Vladimir Putin Calls Talks with President Biden "Quite Constructive," Denies Responsibility for Cyberattacks

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Geneva, Switzerland
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