Russian PM gives a 'Not-so-Cool' see-off message to Obama
Moscow: Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev hits hard on Former US President Barack Obama even on his departing day. He fired at the Obama administration through a lengthy message posted on social media giant Facebook, mentioning that its policies have left US-Russia relation at their lowest point in decades.
Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that it was unacceptable for the US during the Obama administration to talk to Russia as if it was a “banana republic.”
Dmitry Medvedev on Donald Trump:
Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev stood speculative about the coming reign of Donald Trump as he said that his policy towards Russia is unclear. He said, "we are hoping that logics will prevail and we are ready to do our share towards improving the relationship."
Meanwhile, Donald Trump has expressed an admiration for Russian President Vladimir Putin, and hopes that relations between the two arch rivals of the cold-war age can improve. It, however, remains unclear how his rhetoric will translate into foreign policy.