Putin congratulates Biden, says he’s “ready for collaboration”

Trump elected, in the hope he would take a softer line with Moscow. In his congratulatory telegram to Mr. Biden, Putin said that their countries “bear special responsibility for global security and stability.” He said he was confident that Russia and the United States could, “despite their differences, really contribute to solving many problems and challenges that the world is currently facing.”

Vice President of the United States Joe Biden, right, speaks to Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, second left, during a meeting in Moscow, Russia, March 10, 2011. Biden the previous evening, following the Electoral College votes, in which he reminded the President-elect that they had met about nine years ago, since which time he said he had worked to transform Mexico by rooting out political corruption, which he called “the principle cause of the violence we suffer.”  The Mexican president said he was confident that Mr. federal agencies


Moscow — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday congratulated Joe Biden on winning the U.S. Officials in Moscow, including the country’s elections chief and foreign minister, had earlier criticized the U.S.  

Mexico offers congratsRussia wasn’t the only international holdout to formally accept Mr. federal agencies

Russia denies hacking U.S. government agencies, including the Treasury and Commerce departments. Biden is expected to take a tougher stand against Russia than outgoing President Donald Trump, who he slammed during the campaign for having “embraced so many autocrats around the world, starting with Vladimir Putin.”

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Russia was accused of interfering in the 2016 U.S. Putin congratulates Biden, says he’s “ready for collaboration and contacts”

Updated on: December 15, 2020 / 11:29 AM

Russia denies hacking U.S. In August, the U.S. intelligence community warned that Russia was again actively seeking to meddle in America’s democratic process.An intelligence assessment found that Moscow was trying to “denigrate” Mr. president-elect every success and said that, “for my part, I am ready for collaboration and contacts with you,” according to a Kremlin statement. The Russian president was one of the last remaining leaders of major world countries to have held back on congratulating Mr. Biden leading the U.S., “it will be possible to continue applying the basic principle of foreign policy established in our constitution,” especially, he said, the principles of “non-interference and self-determination of nations.” 
First published on December 15, 2020 / 5:07 AM presidential election in November, saying he hoped the countries could set aside their differences to promote global security. president by the Electoral College on Monday. Biden’s victory on Tuesday: Mexico’s leader Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who has nurtured a strong relationship with Mr.   Moscow has always rejected allegations of interference in any other country’s politics.Russia also denied on Monday new accusations that it was behind a significant hack into servers at several U.S. Biden, then the presumptive Democratic nominee, and that some actors linked to the Kremlin were trying to boost President Trump’s candidacy ahead of the 2020 election. Putin wished the U.S. election to help get Mr. Biden, who was confirmed as the next U.S. elections process, describing it as archaic and not representative of the will of the people. Trump, congratulated the President-elect, too.Lopez Obrador said Tuesday that he had sent a letter to Mr. Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP