Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated Joe Biden on his victory in the US presidential election on Tuesday and said he was “ready to cooperate” with him, the Kremlin said in a statement.
The move by the Russian president came after a referendum on the US Electoral College confirmed Pita as the next president.
“Special Responsibility for Global Security and Stability”
The Kremlin said it would wait for official election results before commenting on other states’ congratulations on Biden’s victory in the days following the November 3 election.
‘V. Putin wished the president-elect victory, and expressed confidence that Russia and the United States, which have a special responsibility for global security and stability, could really help solve many of the problems and challenges they face, despite differences. Face the world, ”the Kremlin said in a statement on Tuesday.
“For me, I am ready to cooperate and communicate with you,” Putin wrote in a congratulatory telegram.
Joe Biden has vowed to stand firm against Russia, which has been accused of interfering in the US electoral system in support of Donald Trump’s election in 2016.
Number of votes for Biden
The Electoral College on Monday acknowledged the victory of Democrat Joe Biden in the US presidential election. The huge electorate that met in every state of the U.S. Confederation confirmed that they would acknowledge the victory of Joe Biden, who will become the 46th president in U.S. history on January 20.
The state of California, which was won by the Democratic nominee landslide, rose 270 votes in favor of Joe Biden on Monday afternoon, the equivalent of victory.
The results of the November 3 election have already been certified in each of the 50 states: Joe Biden recorded 81.28 million or 51.3% of the vote, compared to Donald Trump’s 74.22 million (46.8%).