Kremlin spokesman Peskov said on Friday that after U.S. President Biden called Putin a “killer”, Putin still hopes to have an open dialogue with him to eliminate the tension between the two leaders.
Bloomberg reported that Putin made a speech on national television on Thursday, during which he proposed to have a live television dialogue with Biden on Friday or next Monday. The White House ignored this proposal. But Peskov said that Russia will make a formal request to the United States and is willing to hold such a dialogue “at any time the President of the United States deems it convenient.”
Peskov said: “Mr. Biden has rarely heard anything like this before.” “In order to prevent such words from further damaging the already sad bilateral relationship, Putin proposed that the two sides discuss the current state of the relationship between the two countries, but they should be open Because the people of both countries will be interested in it.”
According to reports, Biden was asked in an interview with US media this week whether he thought Putin was a killer. His affirmative answer brought the already tense US-Russian relations to a new low point.
After Russia recalled its ambassador to the United States, Putin made a televised speech, quoting a Russian children’s game language to severely respond to Biden’s accusation that he was a killer, “who says he is.”