Americans apologize to Russia for Biden’s remarks

According to reports EconomyNews After US President Joe Biden called his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin a “murderer,” some Americans apologized to Russia by sending a letter to the Russian embassy in Washington, Sputnik news agency reported, quoting ISNA. .

Russia’s embassy in the United States announced on Saturday that a large number of Americans had sent a letter of apology to Biden following Putin’s remarks.

“I want to thank the American people who have sent letters to the embassy in support of the development of friendly relations between Russia and the United States,” said Anatoly Antonov, Russia’s ambassador to Washington.

The Russian ambassador added that he was impressed by the Americans’ understanding that the dialogue between our two countries should be based on mutual respect and equality. This approach by American citizens shows that there is still potential for normalization of relations between the Russian and American peoples.

In an interview with the ABC, the US president said that Vladimir Putin was a murderer, and the next day, Putin addressed Biden with a Russian proverb equivalent to “he who says he is himself.”