Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures at a party meeting. File photo
US President Biden's comments sparked the biggest crisis between Russia and the United States in years, with Moscow recalling its ambassador for consultations and warning that ties were on the brink of outright "collapse", according to AFP.
But speaking during an event marking seven years since Russia's annexation of Crimea, Putin ruled out severing ties with the United States altogether and lobbed a jab at the 78-year-old US leader.
US President Joe Biden talks at the event. File photo
"We always see in another person our own qualities and think that he is the same as us," Putin said, referring to Biden's "killer" comment.
"It takes one to know one," Putin added, citing a saying from his Soviet-era childhood in Saint Petersburg.
Putin added that he wished Biden health. "I'm saying this without irony, not as a joke."
Later on Thursday, Putin invited Biden to hold a live online conversation either on Friday or Monday.
He said it would be an "open direct discussion" that would be "interesting" for the people of Russia and the United States.
In the interview with ABC News on Wednesday, Biden said Putin would "pay a price" for trying to undermine his candidacy in the US election in 2020.
Asked if he thought Putin was "a killer", Biden replied: "I do."
Volodymyr Zelenskiy urged his compatriots on Tuesday to stay calm as Russia amasses troops on the border. The rare sanctions threat from the US comes as NATO places forces on standby and reinforces eastern Europe with more ships and fighter jets in response to Russia's troop build-up.
More than 94,000 Russian troops are massed near Ukraine's borders, Ukrainian authorities have said, citing intelligence reports suggesting Moscow may be planning a large-scale military offensive for the end of January.
The Kremlin had said it would wait for the official results of the election before commenting on its outcome, even as other nations congratulated Biden on the win in the days after the Nov.3 vote.
She added that immediately after the operation, she had severe bleeding and blood accumulation in the neck, after which she was admitted to intensive care for two days.
According to the report, Dubai includes 68,400 individuals, each of whom has a wealth of more than a million dollars, 206 millionaires, each of whom has a wealth of 100 million dollars or more, and 15 billionaires.
The bus route from Muscat to the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi, passing through Al Ain city will be back to service from next month after it had been suspended temporarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This came during His Highness' reception of the Dutch Prime Minister today at Qasr Al Shati in Abu Dhabi, where His Highness welcomed Rutte and expressed his hope that the visit would contribute to advancing UAE-Netherlands relations in key fields.