Biden Administration Says US Needs Time to Assess Cybersecurity Dialogue with Russia

Hours after US President Joe Biden’s telephone conversation with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, a senior US administration official pointed that the United States need time to assess the effectiveness of cooperation on cybersecurity issues with Russia.

The official pointed out that President Biden really meant saying after the summit meeting in Geneva that the US administration’s assessment of this process and evaluation of Russia’s actions would take time and play out over time, within six months or more.

According to the US administration official, it’s about addressing the challenges posed by cryptocurrency, which provides fuel for these sorts of transactions.

Meanwhile, President Biden told reporters on Friday that the United States and Russia may meet on July 16 to discuss cyber security issues, giving no details of the forthcoming meeting, including its location and format, but noted that a joint committee is set up,

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki confirmed on Friday that the US and Russia are set to hold cyber security consultations at the level of experts next week.

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