US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin met for high-stakes talks in Geneva, Switzerland, on Wednesday.
The two men had met before, but Wednesday's summit was their first encounter since Biden was elected President.
Afterward, both men described the summit as generally positive but without any major breakthroughs. There were a few modest outcomes, including an agreement to return each country's ambassador to their post and assigning experts to focus on the growing problem of cyberattacks.
The long-anticipated meeting came at the end of Biden's first international trip since taking office.