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Biden announced hundreds of sanctions against Russia! "If Putin doesn't pay the price for the destruction he causes, he will continue"

US President Joe Biden has announced more than 500 new sanctions against Russia as a result of its invasion of Ukraine and the death of Russian dissident Alexei Navalny, the BBC reports.

The sanctions target individuals linked to Navalny's imprisonment and Russia's "war machine," President Joe Biden said. Export restrictions will be imposed on nearly 100 companies or individuals.

Biden said that with these sanctions he wants to ensure that Vladimir Putin "pays an even greater price for his aggression abroad and repression in Russia." The sanctions mark a week since Navalny died suddenly in an Arctic Circle prison. Biden said there is "no doubt" that the Russian president is to blame .

The sanctions also come on the eve of the second anniversary of Russia's large-scale attack on Ukraine. "Two years ago, it tried to wipe Ukraine off the map. If Putin doesn't pay the price for the death and destruction he causes, he will continue," Biden said. The EU also announced sanctions against nearly 200 companies and individuals accused of helping Russia obtain weapons or being involved in the kidnapping of children from Ukraine, which Moscow denies. In response, the Russian Foreign Ministry said more European officials have been placed on the list of those banned from entering Russia.


Joe Biden spoke yesterday against Vladimir Putin in an insulting manner, classifying him among the "existential threats" to humanity, during an event in San Francisco (California) where he met with donors of the Democratic Party, while also launching a verbal attack on Donald Trump, his Republican predecessor whom he is generally expected to face again in the November 5 presidential election, the News reported. ro

"Biden is "out"! Putin is "putt... son" and "existential threat" to humanity

"The existential threat is climate change. There's also that crazy SOB, Putin and others, and we always have to worry about the possibility of nuclear war, but the existential threat to humanity is climate change," the 81-year-old Democratic presidential re-election candidate said in a brief speech to a small group of reporters in attendance.

The three-letter acronym used by Mr Biden refers to the phrase "son of a bitch" (which can be rendered as "scylla son" or "poot... son" in Greek).


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He also spoke out against his predecessor in the presidency, Mr Trump, in response to his reaction to the death of Alexei Navalny in prison.

The day before yesterday, the Republican likened his problems with the American justice system to the persecution of the Russian opposition figure.

"If I had said anything like that to you 10 or 15 years ago, you all would have thought I needed to be incarcerated" in a mental hospital, Mr. Biden threw out. "I don't know what the hell came over him," he added.


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