Russia, President Biden, Eric Adams discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak


It resolved President Biden will promote his administration's efforts to fight gun crime in New York next week with mayor Eric Adams His confronting a spate of violence including the shooting deaths of two police officers the president will highlight increased federal funding for state and city law enforcement A flurry of meetings regarding Russia and Ukraine appear to have made a bit of progress Let's get more from Bloomberg's head Baxter NATO secretary general John Stoltenberg is urging a direct meeting with Russia We are prepared to listen to Russia's concerns Real conversation on how to uphold and strengthen the fundamental principles of European security that we have all signed up to As well in Paris direct meetings with high level diplomats from Ukraine and Russia both saying marginal improvement have set up another meeting in two weeks in Berlin And the U.S. has delivered a letter to Russia with proposals to end the standoff In San Francisco I'm at Baxter Bloomberg daybreak New York's MTA looking at ways to prevent people from falling or jumping on the subway tracks at MTA task force plans to explore sensors and platform doors a homeless person this month killed a woman by pushing her on to subway tracks in front of an oncoming train at the Times Square station And unable to escape a lawsuit filed by a convicted murderer in New York who claims the company's refusal to hire him as a delivery driver was discrimination Global news 24 hours a day on air Anna Bloomberg quick take were powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries on John Tucker This is Bloomberg Nathan All right John thanks.

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