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Biden refuses to apologize for his statement about Putin, said – the result of anger was remarks about power

US President Joe Biden on Saturday launched a scathing attack on Russian President Vladimir Putin and called on Western countries to commit to a liberal democracy.

US President Joe Biden.

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US President Joe Biden (US President Joe Biden) clarified on Monday that he is not withdrawing any of his comments that Russian President Vladimir Putin (Russian President Vladimir Putin, Don’t deserve to be in power. Biden, however, insisted that he was in Moscow (Moscow) are not calling for a change of power. He said that I was expressing the resentment I felt towards this man. I was talking about a policy change.

Biden said he was not worried that his remarks would escalate tensions over the war in Ukraine. The US President said that this is just clarifying one simple thing that this kind of behavior is completely unacceptable. Earlier on Saturday, Biden launched a scathing attack on Russian President Vladimir Putin and called on Western countries to commit to a liberal democracy. Biden, who is on a four-day visit to Europe, said about Putin during a meeting with other world leaders that this man cannot stay in power.

Also, Biden had earlier called Putin a butcher, but later the White House distanced himself from it. At the same time, after Biden’s statement, his aides were clarifying that he did not call for an immediate change of government in Moscow. Kremlin (Russian President’s Office) spokesman Dmitry Peskov condemned Biden, saying that neither the US President nor the American people will decide who will remain in power in Russia. In his nearly 30-minute speech before arriving at Warsaw’s iconic Royal Castle, he urged Western allies to be prepared to take a tough road to the new fight for independence.

In his speech, Biden recalled Poland’s long struggle for democracy

At the same time, Biden said during a meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda on Friday that I am sure Vladimir Putin wanted to split NATO, but he cannot do it because we are united. In Poland, Biden spoke of the continued struggle for democracy, referring to the rule of law and freedom of the press as essential principles in a free society. During this, his counterpart in Poland Andrzej Duda and members of his Law and Justice party were also present. In his speech, Biden recalled Poland’s long struggle for democracy. In the Royal Castle of Warsaw, he remembered Poland’s struggle for independence. Most of Warsaw was destroyed during the occupation of Nazi German forces during World War II, which was later rebuilt.

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