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US has no right to lecture Russia on war crimes: Kremlin tells Biden


Ukraine war: The Kremlin’s remarks come in response to Joe Biden’s claim that Russian President Vladimir Putin was a “war criminal”.

US has no right to lecture Russia on war crimes: Kremlin tells Biden

The Kremlin said that such statements by Joe Biden are absolutely unacceptable. (file)

London:

The Kremlin said on Wednesday that Joe Biden’s claim that President Vladimir Putin was a “war criminal” for invading Ukraine was an unforgivable remark from the leader of a country that has killed civilians in conflicts around the world.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has killed thousands, displaced more than three million and raised fears of a wider confrontation between Russia and the United States, the world’s two biggest nuclear powers.

In an exchange with a reporter on Wednesday, Biden said, “Oh, I think he’s a war criminal,” after initially responding with a “no” to a question about whether he would call Putin. was ready to do.

When asked about Biden’s remarks, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, “Our president is a very intelligent, foreknowledge and cultured international figure and the head of the Russian Federation, our head of state.”

“Such statements from Mr Biden are completely unacceptable, unacceptable and unforgivable,” Peskov said. “The main thing is that the head of state who has bombed people all over the world for many years… the president of such a country has no right to make such statements.”

Peskov stated that the United States had destroyed the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki after defeating Japan in 1945. Japan surrendered six days later, ending World War II. About 200,000 people died immediately from the bombs and many more died from radiation sickness.

power of russia

Russia on Thursday warned the United States that Moscow has the power to put the world’s pre-eminent superpower in its place and accused the West of fomenting a wild Russophobic conspiracy to isolate Russia.

Dmitry Medvedev, who served as president from 2008 to 2012 and is now deputy secretary of Russia’s Security Council, said the United States had fueled “disgusting” Russophobia in an effort to force Russia to its knees. .

“It will not work – Russia has the power to put all our cruel enemies in their place,” said Medvedev.

Since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, the United States and its European and Asian allies have imposed sanctions on Russian leaders, companies and businessmen, cutting Russia off from the world economy.

Putin says what he calls a special military operation in Ukraine was necessary because the United States was using Ukraine to threaten Russia, and defending Russia from “genocide” of Russian-speaking people by Kyiv. Had to do.

Ukraine says it is fighting for its existence and that Putin’s claims of genocide are rubbish. The West’s claim that it wants to isolate Russia is fictitious.

Ukraine’s Defense Minister Oleksey Reznikov told EU lawmakers on Wednesday that they should recognize Putin as a war criminal.

Russia says it can do well despite sanctions without coming across as a deceitful and decadent West and will develop ties with other powers such as China.

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