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Putin says Russia would accept conditional handover of cyber criminals to US

Putin says Russia would accept conditional handover of cyber criminals to US

13/6/2021 3:12:00 PM

Putin says Russia would accept conditional handover of cyber criminals to US

MOSCOW: President Vladimir Putin has said Russia would be ready to hand over cyber criminals to the US if Washington did the same for Moscow and ...

WorldRussian President Vladimir Putin speaks while marking Day of Russia at the Grand Kremlin Palace in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, June 12, 2021. Since 1992, Russia Day is annually celebrated on 12 June as the Russian Federation's national holiday. (Yevgeny Odinokov, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)

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13 Jun 2021 07:56PMShare this contentBookmarkMOSCOW: President Vladimir Putin has said Russia would be ready to hand over cyber criminals to the US if Washington did the same for Moscow and the two powers reached an agreement to that effect.Putin made the comments in an interview aired in excerpts on state television on Sunday (Jun 13) ahead of a Jun 16 summit with US President Joe Biden in Geneva. Ties between the powers are badly strained over an array of issues.

AdvertisementAdvertisementThe Russian leader said he expected the Geneva meeting to help establish bilateral dialogue and revive personal contacts, adding that important issues for the two men included strategic stability, Libya and Syria, and the environment. headtopics.com

Putin also praised Biden for having shown"professionalism" when the US and Russia agreed this year to extend the New START nuclear arms control treaty.The White House has said Biden will bring up ransomware attacks emanating from Russia at the meeting. That issue is in the spotlight after a cyber attack disrupted the North American and Australian operations of

meatpacker JBS USA.A Russia-linked hacking group was behind that attack, a US source familiar with the matter said last week. Read more: CNA »

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Donald Trump: I trust Vladimir Putin more than US intelligenceDonald Trump has told Joe Biden to give his 'warmest regards' to Vladimir Putin and not fall asleep at the US-Russian summit in Geneva next week. In a statement issued by his Save America campaign, Mr Trump also said he would trust Russia over 'sleezebags' and 'lowlifes' the US intelligence agencies, and claimed that his 2018 summit with Mr Putin in Helsinki helped win Washington Moscow's respect. 'Despite the belated Fake News portrayal of the meeting, the United States won much, including the