US allies feared Biden’s threat to Putin

Joe Biden believes that Vladimir Putin “can not stay in power”
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US allies are concerned about US President Joe Biden’s statement that Russian leader Vladimir Putin “cannot stay in power.” This was stated by European diplomats.

“European politicians believe that the US president’s comments threaten the West’s attempts to maintain channels of communication with Moscow,” The Wall Street Journal reported. According to them, the statement of the American leader does not threaten the talks, because Russia “does not show a desire to participate in them.” Biden administration officials have not yet heard directly from allies about concerns.

Earlier, Biden said Putin “cannot stay in power” and Russia “will never win” in Ukraine. The White House apologized and said that it was not about calls for a change of government in Russia. Biden later withdrew his words and also noted that he did not call for it, Tsargrad TV channel reports. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz made a similar statement. According to him, regime change in Russia is not NATO’s goal, the National News Service writes. French President Emmanuel Macron has said he would never allow himself to offend Putin. He also expressed concern that Biden’s statement would negatively affect negotiations with Russia to end the special operation in Ukraine.

Russia has been conducting a special operation in Ukraine since the end of February. Putin noted that her goals were denazification and demilitarization. According to him, the priority of the Russian army is to destroy the country’s military infrastructure and eliminate casualties among civilians.

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US allies are concerned about US President Joe Biden’s statement that Russian leader Vladimir Putin “cannot stay in power.” This was stated by European diplomats. “European politicians believe that the US president’s comments threaten the West’s attempts to maintain channels of communication with Moscow,” The Wall Street Journal reported. According to them, the statement of the American leader does not threaten the talks, because Russia “does not show a desire to participate in them.” Biden administration officials have not yet heard directly from allies about concerns. Earlier, Biden said Putin “cannot stay in power” and Russia “will never win” in Ukraine. The White House apologized and said that it was not about calls for a change of government in Russia. Biden later withdrew his words and also noted that he did not call for it, Tsargrad TV channel reports. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz made a similar statement. According to him, regime change in Russia is not NATO’s goal, the National News Service writes. French President Emmanuel Macron has said he would never allow himself to offend Putin. He also expressed concern that Biden’s statement would negatively affect negotiations with Russia to end the special operation in Ukraine. Russia has been conducting a special operation in Ukraine since the end of February. Putin noted that her goals were denazification and demilitarization. According to him, the priority of the Russian army is to destroy the country’s military infrastructure and eliminate casualties among civilians.

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