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Biden seeks 'stable' relations with Russia in triangle with China

Two sides agree to return ambassadors to respective capitals

U.S. President Joe Biden, right, and Russian President Vladimir Putin shake hands during the U.S.-Russia summit at Villa La Grange in Geneva, Switzerland, on June 16.   © Reuters

NEW YORK/GENEVA/MOSCOW -- U.S. President Joe Biden held his first summit with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Wednesday in Geneva, agreeing to set up new frameworks of dialogue over arms control and cybersecurity.

The two sides also agreed to allow their respective ambassadors to return to their posts.

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