On Friday, Joe Biden accused Moscow of trying to undermine the European plan and Vladimir Putin.
The White House said on Friday (February 19) that US President Joe Biden had no plans to invite Russia to join the G7. Unlike his predecessor, Donald Trump, the White House spoke out in favor of the idea.
«I do not think we are expanding new invitations to Russia or repeating new invitations to Russia.U.S. Executive Spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters who traveled with the president on Air Force One. “Of course, we will be making an invitation in partnership with our G7 partners”, They added.
MoscowAttack our democracies»
Russia was ousted from the G8 in 2014 after the capture of Crimea, which was never recognized by the international community. Donald Trump, who has repeatedly expressed his desire to improve relations with Vladimir Putin, has suggested inviting the Russian president to the next G7 summit.
On Friday, Joe Biden blamed Moscow in his first major foreign policy speech for the Munich Security Conference.Attack our democracies“And to investigate Vladimir Putin”To weaken the European plan and our NATO alliance. Most “Going east against the west is not a question (…). Nor can we (…) go back to the frozen blocks of the Cold WarHowever, he said he was ressed.