They are already asking for 200 rubles per dollar, and the Russian economy will soon fly out of the top twenty – Biden

The US President spoke about the consequences of the war in Ukraine on the well-being of Russia.

They are already asking for 200 rubles per dollar, and the Russian economy will soon fly out of the top twenty / photo REUTERS

US head Joe Biden told how the war in Ukraine and Western sanctions affected the Russian economy. According to the president, she will soon be out of the top twenty, and for a dollar they are already asking for two hundred rubles.

Biden made the corresponding statement at a briefing in the capital of Poland, Warsaw.

The President of the United States of America spoke about the position of the ruble. The currency of the Russian Federation is gradually depreciating. Already now, in exchange offices in the country, they ask for 200 rubles for an American dollar.

Biden also noted that Russia’s economy was one of the largest in the world. However, soon it will not even enter the top twenty.

  • “Sanctions deprive the Russian Federation of power and the ability to project power. And only Putin is to blame for this, period,” the US president said.

Recall that at the briefing, Biden also touched upon humanitarian aid to Ukraine. The head of the United States recalled that his state was going to accept 100,000 Ukrainian refugees. Eight thousand have already arrived in the States.

War of the Russian Federation against Ukraine

  • 24 February RF invaded to independent Ukraine and caused a real collapse in the country. The invaders not only seize military units, airports and other strategic facilities, but also shoot at civilians and high-rise buildings of the city.
  • February 27, 2022 information appeared that Belarus could declare war on Ukraine. There is no official confirmation of the invasion of her army into our territory yet.
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