President Barack Obama will go down in history for many awful things, one of them being the only outgoing president in the history of U.S. politics who tried so hard to ruin any improvements in the U.S. foreign relations.
The Obama’s unprecedented move that saw the expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats seemed to have little effect on President Vladimir Putin after he responded by inviting all American diplomat’s children to a Kremlin Christmas Party, it was such an appropriate move for Putin as he dissociated himself from Obama’s irrelevance. However, Putin pointed out that he was going to take up the matter with Trump’s administration.
The outgoing President Obama appears to lack some of his faculties in place, looking back at his awful legacy, he has brought tears and blood to the people of Yemen, Libya, Somalia, Syria. He also murdered more people with drones than any other president, he made matters worse by imprisoning more patriotic whistleblowers than all Presidents. Then he embarks on irrelevant tact’s as his term is almost over, Obama is one hell of a maniac.
In a tit-for-tat response to Washington’s sanctions, Russia announced on Friday that it had plans of expelling 35 US diplomats and ban US diplomatic staff from using a holiday home and a warehouse in Moscow.
Russian news agency quoted Sergei Lavrov, the Russian Foreign Minister saying that he had proposed the measures to Putin. The Russia’s foreign ministry has made a request that President Putin approve the declaration of personae non gratae on 31 employees of the US embassy in Moscow and four diplomats from the US consulate in Saint Petersburg.
Lavrov also pointed out that the Foreign Ministry is also seeking to ban diplomats from using a holiday home located in Western Moscow and a warehouse in the north of the city. Adding that the two Russian country houses in New York and Maryland were used for children’s holidays as he refuted claims that the premise was housing spies.
In an unprecedented move, Obama ordered the expulsion of 35 Russian suspected spies and imposed sanctions on two Russian intelligence agencies over the unfounded claims that Russia hacked the election. Pointing out that reciprocity is the law in diplomacy and international relations, Lavrov made it clear that Russia would not leave Obama’s stunts unanswered. Lavrov also expressed his hopes that Putin would approve the requests promptly.<<Back