The Russian Foreign Ministry handed the US ambassador a note of protest over Biden’s words about Putin

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The Russian Foreign Ministry has handed an official note of protest to US Ambassador John Sullivan over US President Joe Biden’s remarks about Russian President Vladimir Putin. This was reported on the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

“A démarche and a note of protest were issued to US Ambassador J. Sullivan, who was summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in connection with the recent unacceptable statements of J. Biden addressed to the President of Russia. It was emphasized that such statements by the American president, unworthy of such a high-ranking statesman, put Russian-American relations on the brink of rupture, ”the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

Earlier, Russia launched a forced special operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine. After that, Biden spoke harshly about President Putin, calling him “a bloody dictator and a pure thug.” He also called the Russian leader a “war criminal” and a “murderer.” The Kremlin has said the remarks are an insult to Putin. In 1999, Biden, as a senator, initiated the bombing of Belgrade. In 2011, when Biden was vice president, the United States launched a military invasion of Libya.

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The Russian Foreign Ministry has handed an official note of protest to US Ambassador John Sullivan over US President Joe Biden’s remarks about Russian President Vladimir Putin. This was reported on the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. “A démarche and a note of protest were issued to US Ambassador J. Sullivan, who was summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in connection with the recent unacceptable statements of J. Biden addressed to the President of Russia. It was emphasized that such statements by the American president, unworthy of such a high-ranking statesman, put Russian-American relations on the brink of rupture, ”the Foreign Ministry said in a statement. Earlier, Russia launched a forced special operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine. After that, Biden spoke harshly about President Putin, calling him “a bloody dictator and a pure thug.” He also called the Russian leader a “war criminal” and a “murderer.” The Kremlin has said the remarks are an insult to Putin. In 1999, Biden, as a senator, initiated the bombing of Belgrade. In 2011, when Biden was vice president, the United States launched a military invasion of Libya.

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