Trump and Putin make joint statement
U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a joint statement on Saturday (April 25th), to mark the 75th anniversary of the rendezvous of U.S. and Soviet troops on the Elbe River bridge in Germany during World War II in 1945 , which is a model of cooperation between the two countries.
“The spirit of the Elbe River is an example of how our countries can put aside our divergence, build trust and cooperate in the pursuit of a larger cause,” the joint statement said.
The CCP virus is now spreading the world, causing numerous countries arduously fight the pandemic, yet the party covered up the people-to-people transmission in Wuhan in the early stages of outbreak. Recently, they hit the Vietnamese fishing boats in the Chinese South Sea, inciting problems over Taiwan and Hong Kong. This joint statement between America and Russia has unusual significance when the CCP disseminates false news everywhere and lots of countries are making claims for compensation.