Switzerland has not confirmed the closure of the sky over Geneva because of the Russian-US summit

An official representative of the Swiss Federal Department of Defense, Population Protection and Sport Stephan Hofer said the authorities have not yet made a decision to close the airspace over Geneva for flights during the June 16 US-Russia summit. He could not confirm this information.

I cannot confirm that because the Federal Council (government) has not yet made a decision on this assumption,” Hofer noted.

There has been no official decision yet, he said.

On April 13, White House President Joe Biden called Russian President Vladimir Putin. During the talks, he suggested holding a joint meeting on the territory of a third country.