The United States and Russia maintained diplomatic ties for much of the Cold War, but that may now be at an end…
Thanks to Joe Biden’s rhetoric, and all the hallmarks of a manufactured conflict, the Russian Foreign Ministry recently informed the U.S. Ambassador in Moscow that ties between our two countries are on the verge of collapse.
Russian officials cite comments made by Biden about Vladimir Putin calling him a ‘war criminal’ and a ‘murderous dictator’ among other things.
Biden’s comments come amid Russian allegations of U.S. funded bioweapon labs in Ukraine, and an international crisis which could have been avoided if NATO encroachment had not occurred via Ukraine.
Whether or not the White House will soften its rhetoric in an effort to repair diplomacy remains to be seen…
Here are the latest developments:
The U.S. ambassador to Russia was summoned to the Foreign Ministry in Moscow and warned that President Joe Biden's recent remarks have pushed Russian-American relations close to the breaking point. https://t.co/JyiyW3hd4j
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) March 21, 2022
BREAKING: The U.S. House has voted to suspend normal trade relations with Russia and Belarus, preparing for President Biden to enact higher tariffs on more products in response to Russia's military assault on Ukraine. Senate taking up measure soon. https://t.co/2tlpMC6xEG
— The Associated Press (@AP) March 17, 2022
Just The News confirmed:
At another event later that week, Biden called Putin a “murderous dictator” and “pure thug who is waging an immoral war against the people of Ukraine.”
During the Monday meeting, the Kremlin “emphasized that such statements by the American President, unworthy of a statesman of such a high rank, put Russian-American relations on the verge of breaking,” according to the Foreign Ministry’s press release.
Russian Foreign Ministry summoned U.S. Ambassador in Moscow to say that Biden's words, that Putin is a war criminal, are unacceptable, and bringing U.S.-Russia relations on the brink of breaking up
— ForexSeals (@ForexSeals) March 21, 2022
The Russian Ambassador to The United States has stated that Diplomatic Relations between the 2 Countries are Extremely Close to being Severed Entirely, Diplomatic Relations between the 2 Countries have not been Severed since the U.S Severed Ties with the Russian Empire in 1917.
— OSINTdefender (@sentdefender) March 21, 2022
The Epoch Times continued:
The ministry also stated that “hostile actions taken against Russia will meet decisive and firm pushback,” according to the statement.
At the same time, it told Sullivan that it requires “guarantees” that Russian embassies and consulates in the United States would “function smoothly.”