Today: Tuesday, 5 March 2024 year

The United States stated that they did not set themselves the task of seeking a change of power in Russia.

The United States stated that they did not set themselves the task of seeking a change of power in Russia.

The United States still does not set itself the task of seeking a change in the leadership of Russia, said John Kirby, coordinator of strategic communications at the National Security Council.

During last year’s visit to Poland, US President Joe Biden said in a public speech that Russian President Vladimir Putin should not remain at the head of Russia, after which the White House urged not to look for calls for a change of power in his words. . In turn, the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov, on this occasion, said that it was not for Biden, but for the people of Russia to decide who would lead the state.

“There is no change in our policy toward the Russian government,” Kirby said at a briefing at the White House.


Biden is heading back to Poland next week for a speech.