US president proposed a summit between the two leaders amid growing concern over Russian military buildup on Ukraine border

Joe Biden has called on Vladimir Putin to demand he de-escalate tensions with Ukraine amid the largest buildup of Russian forces on its borders since the annexation of Crimea.

In a phone call on Tuesday, Biden also proposed a meeting in a third country in the coming months, potentially setting up the first US-Russia presidential summit since Putin held talks with Donald Trump in Helsinki in 2018.

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