All three organizations are backed by Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a Russian tycoon who moved to London after spending a decade in prison in Russia after challenging President Vladimir Putin's rule.
During an annual call-in show taking pore-screened questions, Putin voiced hope the immunisation drive could help avoid a nationwide lockdown.
US will see through Russian actions not through words or commitments: Sullivan after Biden-Putin meet
President Biden, the US National Security Advisor asserted, is not taking anything for granted out of his meeting with his Russian counterpart.
The two world leaders discussed a host of issues at the summit. Read on to find out.
The pair's second sit-down, with aides present on both sides, lasted about 65 minutes.
Navalny, Putin's most ardent political foe, was arrested in January upon returning from Germany, where he spent five months recovering from a nerve agent poisoning that he blames on the Kremlin.
Biden appeared to suggest that he can take the Russian leader athis word, nodding his head when asked by a reporter if Putin can be trusted.
Confirmed cases and deaths from COVID-19 have dropped across Switzerland, and authorities are planning steps to ease the mask requirement later this month.
Putin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said a few hours before the Russia-U.S. summit in Geneva on Wednesday that the topics on the broad agenda “are mostly problematic."
Arrangements for the meeting have been carefully choreographed and vigorously negotiated by both sides.
The warning to the Kremlin leader came as Biden pressed to renew Washington's transatlantic ties with allies after years of tensions under his predecessor Donald Trump.
Putin is likely to come under strong criticism from Biden at their meeting in Geneva for moves against his political opponents in Russia,.
US President Joe Biden frequently talks about what he sees as central in executing effective foreign policy: building personal relationships.
Vladimir Putin has sharply dismissed allegations that his country is carrying out cyberattacks against the United States as baseless.
Some in the countries that once were part of the Soviet Union or the Moscow-led Warsaw Pact during the Cold War worry that Washington could scale down support for its allies there to lure Russia.