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Sergey Zheleznyak: “It is no longer surprising that the main topic of the keynote speech of the new head of the White House is relations with Russia”

“It is no longer surprising that the main topic of the keynote speech of the new head of the White House was relations with Russia. And again we hear an aggressive tone towards our country, unfounded statements about interference in elections, accusations of cyberattacks and other nonsense that has eaten into American foreign policy rhetoric like rust, ”said Sergei Zheleznyak, a member of the State Duma’s international affairs committee.

He noted: “The challenges that Mr. Biden speaks of is that Washington should be looking for within a society that has been split by the American elites in the race for power, and not in the face of our country and China. But the new US president wants to demonstrate his invincible strength in front of his supporters in a Hollywood style and show how he will fiercely fight America’s external enemies, which, according to American Russophobes, are traditionally Russia and all those who do not intend to dance to the American tune. Mr. Biden obviously missed the fact that in the light of recent events and the complete discrediting of “American democracy” it is not appropriate to claim the role of the US leader. ”

“Each new American president competes with the previous one in aggressiveness, which is primarily directed at our country. Biden deliberately emphasizes that the threat to Russia from overseas is much stronger, in order to once again demonstrate how he differs from Trump’s “weakling”. This message is directed primarily to those who still remain the supporter of the race-losing Trump.

On the contrary, Russia proposes a constructive agenda aimed at preserving peace, stability and the transition from confrontation to dialogue. But American leaders, no matter what party they belong to, unfortunately, remain politically deaf and try to act in the new realities of a multipolar world with methods suitable for the times of colonization. This is a dead-end path in international relations, which cannot be developed through pressure, sanctions, trade wars and the export of “color revolutions,” the politician stressed.

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