The Russian President’s reply to the Russian President was: “We know each other. How should I answer? I will tell him: Good luck. I only hope that he is healthy.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin commented on the harsh comments made by US leader Joe Biden recently, saying that he would only “wish him well.” In an interview with ABC News, Biden said that Putin would “pay the price” for allegedly interfering in the US presidential election. He also asked the US leader whether he thought the Russian president was a “killer,” and he agreed.
“We know each other. How should I answer? I will tell him: I wish you good. I just wish him good health. I am serious, this is not a joke,” Putin said in an online meeting with Crimea. He added: “When we evaluate other people, when we evaluate other states, other people, we always look in the mirror.”
Russian President Vladimir Putin (Vladimir Putin) said that he is going to be interviewed by US President Joe Biden in the next few days. “It may be today or Monday. We have prepared any convenient time for our American counterparts.” “The Russian President told the broadcaster Rossiya24. “As a major nuclear power,” Putin said that Russia and the United States are responsible for the strategic stability of the world.
He said: “We can discuss both bilateral relations and this strategic stability, as well as how to resolve regional conflicts and other issues facing humanity today, such as fighting a pandemic.” Russian President.
US President Joe Biden does not regret calling Russian President Vladimir Putin a “murderer.” The White House announced this today. When a media questioned whether President Biden regretted calling Putin as a killer, White House spokesman James Psaki replied: “No, the president directly answered direct questions.”
Psaki said in the briefing that although the leaders of the two countries have different views on their respective countries and their participation in the world, they agree to continue to cooperate on issues of “common concern”, such as the “New Start Treaty” and Regarding Iranian nuclear power.
“Obviously, Russia has embarked on a path of autocracy and has further seceded from Europe without guaranteeing political rights and protecting human rights.” At the meeting held in Farnesina with Minister of Foreign Affairs Luigi Di Maio.
Borrell added: “I hope that the European Council will debate the situation and the future direction of development.” The Minister of Foreign Affairs expressed “thanks to Italy for its contribution to the development of the European Union’s policy towards Russia”.
The Russian ambassador to the United States, Anatoly Antonov, will travel to Moscow on Saturday for consultations. The Russian Embassy in Washington confirmed this in a statement. «Russian Ambassador to the United States Antonov will fly to Moscow on March 20 for consultations. The embassy said in a statement that at meetings of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other departments, it is expected to discuss ways to correct Russia-US relations during the crisis.
The embassy further stated that the remarks made by the US leader Lure endangered relations with Moscow. An allusion to the recent statement made by U.S. President Joe Biden to Vladimir Putin.