Biden-Putin summit "was a positive step forward" - Former US ambassador to Finland

President Joe Biden pressed Vladimir Putin at their summit Wednesday to replace the combustible US-Russian stand-off with a more "predictable" relationship between "two great powers" capable of agreeing to disagree. The two leaders wrapped up their first summit shortly after 5 pm (1500 GMT), after around three-and-a-half hours of meetings at an elegant villa in Geneva. They were set to hold separate news conferences shortly after the meeting ended. Former US ambassador to Finland, Charles Adams, gives us his analysis.