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Vladimir Putin makes an important decision: relations with the United States may soon change drastically

This takes time to analyze. This will be the decision on how to design our direction. Under the Constitution, foreign policy is determined by the Head of State

The spokesman said.

Speaking to ABC U.S. television on March 16, Biden said the U.S. He said Russia was “paying the price” for what he said was an attempt to interfere in the presidential election. In the interview, U.S. The head of state also answered yes to the question of whether Putin was considered a murderer.

Later, the White House and the U.S. The two foreign ministers expressed their readiness to cooperate in an area of ​​mutual interest, while also pointing out that they are not ready to soften the contradictions in bilateral relations. Following that, the Russian Foreign Ministry summoned Russian Ambassador to Washington Anatoly Antonov to Moscow for consultations, who returned from his post on March 21.

Peskov said Antonov had not yet informed Putin about the state of Russia-US relations.

A spokesman did not say whether Putin had received an official invitation to Biden’s online environment summit on April 22-23. An earlier White House statement said 40 leaders, including Russian and Chinese presidents, had been invited to the event.

Peskov said a video conference would be held with Putin, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. A Kremlin spokesman said the exchange would not be part of talks on Ukrainian immigration in the “Normandy Four” series, but would cover a much broader topic than the situation in the Donetsk Basin.

Earlier, German government spokesman Stephen Seibert announced that online consultations between Merkel and Macron and Putin had not taken place on Monday. According to Pesco, preparations for the trial between Moscow, Berlin and Paris will continue.

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He said Putin did not plan to contact Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky, but could easily arrange such a meeting.

In response to a question, the Kremlin did not comment on whether foreign doctors could examine imprisoned opposition politician Alexei Navalny. As he said, he was not aware of any case in which the Russian Federal Benevolent Service (FSZIN) called in health professionals from abroad.

Navalny, who was transferred to a suspended prison sentence for violating the released conditions, has been complaining of severe back pain and numbness in recent days. According to a post on his Instagram on Monday, he has received ten disciplinary appeals in the past month.