Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday he was not expecting relations between Moscow and Washington to change when US president-elect Joe Biden takes office next month.
“Now about the change of leadership in the US and that it will be more difficult for us. I don’t think so. It will be business as usual,” Putin said during a meeting with lawmakers and government officials.
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