Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that the remarks made by US President Joe Biden to him show his history and current problems in America. Biden was asked in an interview whether he considered Russian President Vladimir Putin a murderer? In response, the US President said, “Yes, he believes.”
Reacting sharply to this, Russia announced on Wednesday to call its ambassador in Washington for consultation. When Biden was asked about Biden’s remarks, addressing the residents of the Crimea from Ukraine to Russia in 2014, through a video addressing the residents there, she said that she shows her history in the United States.
Russia said ‘very poor comment’
The Russian leader pointed to the American history of slaughter and slavery of Native Americans and said that his painful legacy is heavy on America. He said otherwise, where would the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement come from? Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov called it ‘a very poor comment made by the US President’. He said that he does not want to normalize relationships.
Peskov said in the press conference that now he will take action accordingly. He said that if Russia goes to the level of breaking diplomatic relations with America, then he will not be able to answer. Konstantin Kosachev, vice-chairman of the upper house of the Russian parliament, said that Biden’s ‘rude statement’ underscores the split.
Under no circumstances accept such a statement
He said that such an assessment done by a person of his level is unacceptable. Under no circumstances is such a statement acceptable and this will lead to a rapid deterioration in our bilateral relations. Kosachev warned that Russia’s response would not be limited to calling its ambassador, ‘if the American side fails to explain.’
However, he did not provide information about a possible move by the Kremlin. On the other hand, the Kremlin on Thursday rejected US President Joe Biden’s remarks about Russian President Vladimir Putin, warning that he could take a fresh look at relations with the US. At the same time, White House spokeswoman Jane Psaki stressed that we will talk directly about the topics we are worried about and it is certain as the President said last night. The Russians will be held responsible for the actions taken by them.