(Moscow) The Kremlin has condemned the “very aggressive” remarks of new American President Joe Biden, the day after he called for the release of anti-Russian anti-Russian rhetoric and anti-Russian Navalny.
“This is very aggressive and constructive rhetoric, we regret it,” Russian presidential spokeswoman Dmitry Peskov said on the occasion.
However, he believes that “despite differences on differences and important issues” there remains a basis for cooperation.
In remarks to the State Department on Thursday, President Biden took a much tougher tone on Russia than his predecessor Donald Trump.
He emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into Vladimir Putin. […] Is over ”and his administration is going to fight against“ Russia’s determination to undermine our democracy ”.
Mr Biden did not announce specific actions targeting Moscow, but multiplied warnings, especially that he had been poisoned and imprisoned by rival Navalny.