The US President met with the Russian chief in Geneva, Switzerland, for his or her first face-to-face assembly since Mr Biden was inaugurated. Critics have expressed their disappointment within the summit, with some saying Mr Biden failed to carry Mr Putin accountable for wrongdoing.
Garry Kasparov, Chairman of the Human Rights Basis, took to Twitter to elucidate his disappointment within the US President.
He mentioned: “EU retains caving in to Putin with out American management.
“Biden was presupposed to cease that, even campaigned on it. He referred to as Putin a killer—accurately.
“However wanting robust in Geneva or utilizing robust phrases doesn’t matter.
“Motion issues, and to this point Biden is failing that check.”
Referencing latest cybersecurity assaults, allegedly from Russia, Mr Kasparov mentioned “the summit is nice for Putin” because it “normalises” Moscow’s aggression.
He then added: “To provide such a present to a killer who attacked the US, you need to make the case to the American folks and he hasn’t tried.
“The Russian hacks towards the US are latest! You don’t normalise that behaviour.
“When somebody robs your own home, you don’t ask him for a pleasant assembly in Geneva. You need him arrested, you need your stuff again.
“And if he does it once more? And once more?”
The human rights skilled additionally confused his criticism of Mr Biden “is hardly a defence of Trump, who was blatantly subservient to Putin”.
He then referenced earlier President’s who talked with Mr Putin, and added: “What is nice for the nation is beneath what appears good for the president to his home supporters.
“That is how dictators act, not democracies. Take a look at the outcomes, not the occasion affiliation.”
Others criticised the summit, with Republican Senator Lindsey Graham saying: “It’s clear to me that Putin might care much less about how he is seen by others and, fairly frankly, would benefit from the popularity of having the ability to efficiently intervene within the inside issues of different international locations.”
Max Bergmann, Senior Fellow, Centre for American Progress added: “This wasn’t a summit. It was actually only a assembly.”
In a press convention after assembly with Mr Putin, Mr Biden acknowledged “there have been loads of hype round this assembly”.
He mentioned: “I informed President Putin my agenda will not be towards Russia or anybody else; it’s for the American folks: combating COVID-19; rebuilding our financial system; reestablishing our relationships world wide with our allies and pals; and defending our folks. That’s my accountability as President.
“I additionally informed him that no President of america might maintain religion with the American folks if they didn’t communicate out to defend our democratic values, to face up for the common rights and basic freedoms that every one women and men have, in our view.
“That’s simply a part of the DNA of our nation. So, human rights goes to at all times be on the desk, I informed him.
“It’s not about simply going after Russia after they violate human rights; it’s about who we’re.
“How might I be the President of america of America and never communicate out towards the violation of human rights?”