White House: Biden in a conversation with Putin demanded to release Navalny

President Biden Presses Putin On Election Interference, Navalny Poisoning | TODAY

White House press secretary told reporters about the details of Biden’s telephone conversation with Putin.

President Joe Biden has called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to release from prison Alexei Navalny, one of the Kremlin’s most prominent opponents, who was arrested in Russia immediately after arriving from Germany. Jen Psaki, spokesman for the White House, told reporters on Friday..

According to Psaki, Biden directly asked Putin a range of questions, including alleged Russian meddling in the 2020 elections, violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty, massive cyberattack on SolarWind, and Navalny’s arrest..

Psaki said Thursday that Biden, during a conversation with Putin, did not hide his outrage and concern about the actions of the Russian government..

Earlier this week, the White House reported that the leaders of the two countries had agreed that the respective teams on both sides would begin the process of extending the Treaty on Strategic and Offensive Arms (START III)..White House: Biden in a conversation with Putin demanded to release Navalny This agreement, which regulates the strategic arsenals of both countries’ nuclear weapons, expires on February 5..

START III stipulates that the US and Russia are not eligible to deploy more than 1,500 strategic nuclear warheads..

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday signed a law that ratifies the extension of the bilateral treaty with the United States on measures to further reduce and limit strategic offensive arms.

A statement on the Kremlin’s website says that the extension of the START-3 treaty is in Russia’s national interests and helps maintain transparency and predictability in the strategic relationship between Moscow and Washington..

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