The U.S. commander shared his views on the threats and threats facing the United States with intelligence officials inside the Center. “Thank you for the great work you are doing for the security of our country. You are a people gathered here that the public will never know, will never have an idea of your work. “His career began long before my administration was formed, and his service is not limited to my presidency. You serve the American people, not any government or political party. That is why it is vital that you are free from any political influence or pressure.” Biden.
The president, of course, did not neglect to leave Russia and his colleague Vladimir Putin, whom, as the British “Reuters” writes, with obvious sarcasm, called “my very close friend.”
“As you all know, I had an interesting meeting with” my very close friend “Vladimir Putin before. I have been meeting world leaders for a long time and I, like you, feel like a different person after a while. He, Vladimir Putin, knows very well that you “You are stronger and better than his team and he is very excited about that fact. I am not joking.”
“Vladimir Putin … has real problems. He sits in an economy where only nuclear weapons and oil wells can be seen. Nothing more. What is the Russian economy? It is the smallest of the developed economies in the world. He knows it’s doing badly and it “I think it makes him an even more dangerous person,” said Joe Biden.
By the way, on July 17, the Russian President, when he made a personal impression at a meeting with Joe Biden, in turn noted:
“Biden is a professional, you have to work with him very carefully so that he does not miss anything. I assure you that he himself does not leave any word unattended.”
Speaking to spies, Joe Biden testified to the secret report he was preparing on a daily basis, saying that as of July 27, Russia was still trying to influence the US midterm elections, which are scheduled for November 2022. To achieve this, Moscow plans to spread misinformation. “This is a clear violation of our sovereignty,” the president said.
Joe Biden did not forget China either.
“Look at China. I have the most time with Xi Jinping of all the world leaders. I talked to him face to face for 25 hours when I was Vice President of the United States. Barack Obama was very interested in who the Chinese leader was. I was with Xi Jinping. “I traveled 17,000 miles to China together. I sat with him only with translators. I realized that he was determined to make China the most powerful military power in the world, and also that China had the strongest economy …” Characterization of his colleagues by the President of the United States.
Joe Biden also noted that cyberattacks can have serious negative consequences – even provoking a hot war between superpowers.
Today, Wednesday, in Geneva, closed-door talks between Russia and the United States on the reduction of nuclear weapons, on which the presidents of the two countries agreed a month and a half ago, are to take place. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Rybkov will take part in the talks, while US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman will take part in the talks.