The Kremlin Сommented on Biden's Words about Putin
OREANDA-NEWS. Kremlin Speaker Dmitry Peskov called the statements of US President Joe Biden about Vladimir Putin "very bad".
"He definitely does not want to improve relations with our country, and we will continue to proceed from this," Peskov added.
According to him, there have been no similar statements in the history of Russian-American relations.
At the same time, the press secretary of the head of state did not say whether Putin himself plans to comment on Biden's words.
The US President said earlier that Putin "will be held accountable for meddling in the elections." The media also claim that Biden, in a conversation with an ABC journalist, called his Russian colleague a "killer", but it is not clear whether he really meant this. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki declined to clarify whether Biden's words about Putin were a metaphor.
The Foreign Ministry interpreted these words as a manifestation of the purposeful policy of Washington, which "for two years deliberately led" Russian-American cooperation to a dead end. After Biden's statements, Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov was summoned to Moscow for a consultation. The department stressed that they want to avoid "irreversible degradation" of relations.
The vice-speaker of the Federation Council, Konstantin Kosachev, noted that the expectations from the new US administration "have been written off by this boorish statement." The senator admitted that Moscow will react with other actions if Washington does not apologize.
Russian Senator Alexander Pushkov wrote in Telegram: "No improvement in relations with the United States is possible under current conditions. Biden deliberately and deliberately took a course for a sharp aggravation and turned to direct personal insults - unprecedented and completely unacceptable."