Employees of the Russian media were not accredited to the press conference of US President Joe Biden following the meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.
The press service of the White House provided the journalists with the contact of the employee responsible for accreditation, but letters requesting admission to the press conference were ignored. Employees of other Russian mass media also found themselves in a similar situation.
Earlier, Putin held a press conference, during which it became known that the Russian president evaluated the results of the meeting with Biden, answered a question about the founder of the FBK Alexey Navalny, and also discussed the topics of cybersecurity, the issue of Ukraine's accession to NATO, the exchange of prisoners, and more.
The meeting of the American and Russian presidents was held on June 16 in Geneva at the Villa La Grange. The leaders communicated for three and a half hours.