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Currently, Biden does not want to speak with Putin




The White House announced on Friday that U.S. President Joe Biden would not speak with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, about putting an end to the conflict in Ukraine since the circumstances are not yet right for such talks.

National defense spokesman John Kirby told reporters, “We’re just not at a stage today where conversations seem to be a constructive path to explore right now. His remark highlighted the gap in the discussions, more than nine months after the conflict started by Putin’s invasion, which has killed tens of thousands, dislocated millions of people, and destroyed cities and towns.

The Group of Seven (G7) countries and Australia announced on Friday that they had reached an agreement on a $60 per barrel price restriction on Russian seaborne crude oil as part of a multifaceted international strategy to limit Russia’s capacity to wage war.

The cap would go into force on December 5 or very shortly thereafter, according to a statement from the G7 and Australia. It tries to lower Russia’s oil export revenue while avoiding a rise in world prices.

Governments in the European Union must now formally accept the cap over the weekend after resolving their disputes over it.


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