When asked whether Russian leader Vladimir Putin could be called a “killer”, Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda said in the affirmative, agreeing with the position of US leader Joe Biden.
“Unfortunately, yes,” said Nauseda to a journalist who asked if he agreed with Biden’s opinion, Delfi reports.
Nauseda also added that Russia does not respect the territorial integrity of neighboring states, including Ukraine. According to him, he sees “many signs of blatant disregard for the values of the civilized world, disregard for the right of nations to self-determination, disregard for the territorial integrity of their neighbors.” “The Kremlin has been demonstratively showing this lately,” the Lithuanian leader emphasized.
Note that Russia and the United States found themselves in a crisis situation after President Joe Biden gave an affirmative answer to a journalist’s question whether Russian President Vladimir Putin was a “killer” and threatened the Kremlin with responsibility if interference in the American elections was confirmed. Putin, commenting on Biden’s words, said he wished the American leader health. The Russian leader also suggested that Biden conduct an online conversation, but received no response. Later, the Kremlin said that talks between the two leaders are not yet planned, since the American side is not ready for this.