Americans apologize to Russia for Biden’s words

The Russian Embassy in Washington has received letters from US citizens apologizing for the harsh statements made by US President Joe Biden against Russian leader Vladimir Putin, the head of the diplomatic mission Anatoly Antonov said.

“Many expressed disagreement and apologized for the rash statements made recently from Washington to the Russian Federation,”

the Foreign Ministry representative wrote on Facebook.

According to him, such an action shows that “the potential for normalization of relations between the Russian and American peoples has been preserved.” The ambassador stressed that he was touched by the position of US citizens, “who understand that the dialogue between states should be based on mutual respect and equality.”

In conclusion, Antonov expressed hope that the administration will listen to the “voice of the voters” and stop the course of “further collapse of the already excessively confrontational relations.”

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