The expanded session between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin and their delegations has ended, according to a White House official, APA reports citing CNN.
It was only one larger bilateral meeting, not two big ones, per an aide.
A White House official says the meetings that were officially scheduled for the summit have now ended, but they are not ruling out what each leader decides to do now.
President Biden's limo is now idling outside the doors of the Villa la Grange.
This brings the current timing of the summit to 93 minutes for the first session, a 45 minute break, and 65 minutes for the second session.
Biden and Putin are set to hold separate, solo news conferences today.