Joe Biden-Vladimir Putin: Biden-Putin will meet in Geneva, Donald Trump said before the meeting- ‘Don’t go to sleep Joe’

Former US President Donald Trump on Thursday wished President Joe Biden good luck ahead of a meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. At the same time, Trump told Biden not to start sleeping before meeting Putin. “Good luck to Biden for dealing with President Putin,” the Republican leader said in an emailed statement. Don’t fall asleep during the meeting and please convey my warm wishes to him.

Donald Trump gave Biden the nickname “Golden Joe” during his presidential election campaign last year. Trump also repeatedly raised questions about Biden’s mental state. His statement congratulating Biden has come at a time when the US President met British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. During this, the two leaders met warmly and Biden also gifted Johnson a new bicycle.

Biden will also participate in NATO summit

Joe Biden is due to meet Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland on Wednesday next week. Earlier on the weekend, Biden is scheduled to meet Queen Elizabeth II of Britain. They will meet at Windsor Castle. After this, Biden will go to Belgium to take part in the NATO summit. Let us tell you that the headquarters of NATO is located in Brussels, Belgium. However, it is not yet clear whether Biden and Putin will hold a joint press conference together in Geneva.

G7 countries will share one billion vaccine doses to the world

At the same time, before the G7 summit being held in Cornwall, Britain from Friday, this group of seven countries is going to pledge to share one billion vaccine doses to the world. Biden has said that his country is going to buy 500 million vaccines from Pfizer and donate it to the world. In addition, Johnson announced that his country would donate 10 vaccine doses to fight the coronavirus. Significantly, Johnson had asked Britain’s G7 allies – America, Canada, France, Italy, Germany and Japan – to aim to vaccinate the whole world by the end of next year.

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