The Russian ambassador arrives in Moscow after Biden’s statements about Putin’s “killer” Abroad

The Russian ambassador arrives in Moscow after Biden’s statements about Putin's "killer"  Abroad

In an interview with ABC News, Biden went on to say, among other things, that he would make Putin “pay the price” for his attempts to influence the US election. Russia denies it has interfered. Putin responded, among other things, with “Whoever said he did it,” the Russian version of the children saying, “What you say is yourself.” He also wished Biden “good health.” So Ambassador Anatoly Antonov returned to Moscow to discuss relations with the United States. It has become increasingly icy recently. For example, the Americans imposed sanctions on Russian officials in response to the poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, for which they held Russian intelligence agencies responsible.

Navalny himself managed to arrange a phone call with an FSB agent late last year, before he was imprisoned in a concentration camp. He let himself fooled because he spoke to someone from the NSC and honestly told about novichok neurotoxin poisoning. In the conversation, it was revealed that the waist was tucked into Navalny’s underwear. The politician became seriously ill, but survived the assassination attempt.

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