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US President Biden has not called for a change of government in Moscow
Biden caused a stir with a speech in Poland: he sounded as if he was aiming for regime change in Moscow. He currently denies it. Meanwhile, Health Minister Lauterbach expressed concern about the vaccine status of refugees. More on live ticker.
U.S.During a speech in Warsaw on the war in Ukraine, US President Joe Biden rejected calls for the ouster of Russian President Vladimir Putin. On Sunday evening (local time) a reporter went to Pitani Church and asked: “Mr. President, should Putin be removed (from office)? Mr. President, did you call for regime change? “Biden replied,” No. “
During his speech in Warsaw on Saturday evening, Biden called Putin a “dictator” and concluded with the words: “For God’s sake, this man cannot be in power.” The White House immediately stressed that this was not a call for Putin’s removal. .
On Sunday, US Secretary of State Anthony Blingen also stressed that the United States was not seeking a transfer of power in Russia. Biden’s statement caused a great deal of controversy in Russia.
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