LONDON — The 2020 U.S. presidential election came to an end. Russian President Vladimir Putin has not yet sent his adulations to Democrat Joe Biden, fulfilling his duty as the United States’ new president. Despite that, European leaders acclaimed Biden for defeating Trump last November 3.
Until Monday, Russia has no acclamation, inclined to the Kremlin’s spokesperson statement that Russia will not give any remarks and comments until the official results are published. However, spokesperson Dmitry Peskov discloses last Monday that Putin repeatedly ensures the administration and the media that he is ready to conform with any U.S. leader.
Russia further hopes to ascertain confabulation with the new U.S. administration and build direction to standardize relations. However, Russia’s rejoinder to Biden’s victory has compared to its enthusiastic acclamation to Trump’s 2016 election victory.
Moreover, Russia was indicted for intervening in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, mainly on hacking the circulation of Hilary Clinton campaign trail and to Democratic party emails. Additionally, they received penalties. But sanctions imposed had not ceased Trump and Putin’s relations, for apparently exposing warm relationships and respect for each other.
Vast Challenge on U.S.-Russia Relations
Biden depicts proactive solutions to the U.S. significant issues and is expected to obtain a strong perspective relationship with Russia. It is about progress on the peace agreement between Russia and Ukraine and Nord Stream 2. Also, the enormous gas pipeline or channel project from Russia to Germany, obstructed by the U.S.
Political analyst Barbashin acknowledges that Biden’s administration and his presidency is more predictable and simplifies planning. And there are more areas where the U.S. and Russia can work together —correlating with Iran’s nuclear strategy and Syria’s condition.
U.S. Political experts agreed, putting up an exclusive proposal of President-elect Joe Biden to Russia, stability. Nonetheless, specifically, political analyst McDowell also noted the same characteristics of Trump and Putin’s administration that lead them to a warm relationship. These traits seemingly portray a lack of consistency and alienating allies.