Biden declined to speak to Putin

Joe Biden said he had not called for a change of government in Russia
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US leader Joe Biden said he did not call for regime change in Russia when he said that Russian President Vladimir Putin “cannot stay in power.” This was reported by Reuters.

Earlier, it was reported that Biden said that Putin “can not stay in power.” Representatives of the White House apologized for his words, explaining that the president meant something else.

“No,” Joe Biden said in response to a reporter’s question about whether the American leader was calling for regime change in Russia. The President of the United States did not specify what he meant during his speech at a briefing at the White House on Saturday.

Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska harshly responded to the American leader’s words that Putin “cannot stay in power.” According to Biden, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz also apologized, saying that the change of power in Russia is not the goal of the North Atlantic Alliance. French President Emmanuel Macron has said that he would never allow himself to communicate with Putin in the same way as Biden does, TV channel 360 reports.

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US leader Joe Biden said he did not call for regime change in Russia when he said that Russian President Vladimir Putin “cannot stay in power.” This was reported by Reuters. Earlier, it was reported that Biden said that Putin “can not stay in power.” Representatives of the White House apologized for his words, explaining that the president meant something else. “No,” Joe Biden said in response to a reporter’s question about whether the American leader was calling for regime change in Russia. The President of the United States did not specify what he meant during his speech at a briefing at the White House on Saturday. Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska harshly responded to the American leader’s words that Putin “cannot stay in power.” According to Biden, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz also apologized, saying that the change of power in Russia is not the goal of the North Atlantic Alliance. French President Emmanuel Macron has said that he would never allow himself to communicate with Putin in the same way as Biden does, TV channel 360 reports.

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