NUR FÜR AFP-ABONNENTEN (NO RESALE)GENF, SCHWEIZ11. JUNI 2021QUELLE: AFPTV1. Nah villa de La Grange2. Nah villa de La GrangeGENF, SCHWEIZ8. JUNI 2021QUELLE: AFPTV3. Halbnahe villa in Park de la Grange where the Biden-Putin meeting is set to take place4. Nah villa in Park de la Grange where the Biden-Putin meeting is set to take place5. Panorama villa in Park de la Grange where the Biden-Putin meeting is set to take placeGENF, SCHWEIZ11. JUNI 2021QUELLE: AFPTV6. Totale view of the garden of the villa de La Grange from the dining roomGENF, SCHWEIZ8. JUNI 2021QUELLE: AFPTV7. Totale villa in Park de la Grange where the Biden-Putin meeting is set to take place, seen from the street8. Halbnahe villa in Park de la Grange where the Biden-Putin meeting is set to take place, seen from the streetGENF, SCHWEIZ11. JUNI 2021QUELLE: AFPTV9. Schwenk von links nach rechts villa de La Grange from behindGENF, SCHWEIZ8. JUNI 2021QUELLE: AFPTV10. Nah sculpture of a lion at the entrance of the Park de la GrangeGENF, SCHWEIZ11. JUNI 2021QUELLE: AFPTV11. Halbnahe lion on the side of the entrance to La Grange Park, with barbed wire12. Halbnahe barbed wire and red and white security cordon with 'police no-go zone' written on it13. Halbnahe guards in the garden14. Nah barbed wire and vegetation15. Halbnahe chairs for Biden and Putin to sit in during their meeting16. Halbnahe globe in the library where the Biden-Putin meeting is to take placeGENF, KANTON GENF, SCHWEIZ21. NOVEMBER 1985QUELLE: AFP17. Foto US President Ronald Reagan shown in a photo dated 21 November 1985 talking to Soviet general secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev during a two-day summit between the superpowers in Geneva.VERSOIX, KANTON GENF, SCHWEIZ10. JUNI 2021QUELLE: AFPTV18. Nah Christiane Berthiaume, former Radio Canada journalist19. O-TON 1 - Christiane Berthiaume, former Radio Canada journalist (Frau, French, 23 Sek.): 'I think we were amazed, we were impressed (when Reagan and Gorbachev came out) and it was impressive, it was a sign that the Cold War was coming to an end and during the Cold War, we had been afraid, there had been the Bay of Pigs, a lot of events that were dangerous for the future of mankind, and then these two men were shaking hands for the first time.''Je pense qu'on est resté bouche bée, on a été impressionné (quand Reagan and Gorbatchev sont sortis) et c'était impressionnant, c'était quand même le signe que la guerre froide prenait fin et pendant la guerre froide, on avait eu peur, il y avait eu la Baie des cochons, plein d'évènements qui étaient dangereux pour l'avenir de l'humanité et là, ces deux hommes se serraient la main pour la première fois.'BRÜSSEL, BELGIEN14. JUNI 2021QUELLE: NATO TV20. O-TON 2 - Joe Biden, President of the United States (Mann, English, 7 Sek.): 'I shared with our allies what I'll convey to President Putin, that I'm not looking for conflict with Russia but that we will respond if Russia continues its harmful activities. And we will not fail to defend the transatlantic alliance or stand up for democratic values. As allies we also affirmed our continued support with the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine. 'MOSKAU, RUSSLAND11. JUNI 2021QUELLE: POOL VIA VGTRK21. O-TON 3 - Vladimir Putin, President of Russia (Mann, Russian, 13 Sek.): 'The most important value in international affairs is predictability and stability. And I believe that on the part of our US partners, this is something that we haven't seen in recent years.'