As the world is witnessing the capricious and unsettling scenario of the relation between different countries, Biden’s recent Remark over Moscow as a “War Criminal” seems to jolt the relations between Washington and Moscow. On Monday Russia's foreign ministry summoned U.S. Ambassador John Sullivan to brief him that Biden’s remark over Russian President Vladimir Putin as a “war criminal” had impelled the bilateral talks between the two nations to come to an end.
President Biden last week tagged Putin as a “WAR CRIMINAL” for deploying troops in Ukraine. The Foreign Ministry in a statement claimed that “such unworthy and insulting statements from the American President can desolate the American-Russian relations.” The ministry further added that hostile actions against Russia would receive an “appropriate and firm” response.
In response, the U.S. Department of State has not confirmed the summons, but Wendy Sherman, the U.S. Secretary of State in an interview mocked the Russian Statement and claimed that “the Russian Statement just exhibits how desperate President Putin is becoming.”