The Kremlin responded to Biden, who called Putin a “butcher”

Dmitry Peskov commented on Biden’s words
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Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Russian president, called “strange” remarks by US leader Joe Biden, who called Vladimir Putin a “butcher.” The information is provided by TASS.

“It is strange to hear accusations against Putin from Biden, who called for the bombing of Yugoslavia. And kill people, “Peskov said.

It became known on March 26 that Biden called Putin a “butcher.” This is how he described the Russian head of state during a visit to Ukrainian refugees on the Polish-Ukrainian border.

This is not Biden’s first insult to the Russian president. Last time, on March 17, he called Putin a “bloody dictator” and a pure thug. ” Due to this, the Russian Foreign Ministry handed a note of protest to the US Ambassador. In February, the US president called Putin “a guy with nuclear weapons and no friends,” later a “war criminal.”

In 1999, Biden, as a senator, initiated the bombing of Yugoslavia. This happened without the approval of the UN Security Council. As a result, more than 150,000 Serbs fled their homes and became refugees. In all, the United States and its allies fired 2,500 missiles. In 2011, when Biden was vice president, the United States launched a military invasion of Libya.

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Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Russian president, called “strange” remarks by US leader Joe Biden, who called Vladimir Putin a “butcher.” The information is provided by TASS. “It is strange to hear accusations against Putin from Biden, who called for the bombing of Yugoslavia. And kill people, “Peskov said. It became known on March 26 that Biden called Putin a “butcher.” This is how he described the Russian head of state during a visit to Ukrainian refugees on the Polish-Ukrainian border. This is not Biden’s first insult to the Russian president. Last time, on March 17, he called Putin a “bloody dictator” and a pure thug. ” Due to this, the Russian Foreign Ministry handed a note of protest to the US Ambassador. In February, the US president called Putin “a guy with nuclear weapons and no friends,” later a “war criminal.” In 1999, Biden, as a senator, initiated the bombing of Yugoslavia. This happened without the approval of the UN Security Council. As a result, more than 150,000 Serbs fled their homes and became refugees. In all, the United States and its allies fired 2,500 missiles. In 2011, when Biden was vice president, the United States launched a military invasion of Libya.

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