China News Service, April 8th. According to a report by the Russian Satellite Network on the 8th, in the context of a new round of tensions in Russian-US relations, Russian President Press Secretary Peskov said that Moscow is ready to deal with the worst development of Russian-US relations scene.

  According to reports, US media previously quoted sources as saying that the US Biden administration is considering expelling Russian diplomats and imposing sanctions against Russia in response to Russia's suspected cyber attacks and interference in US elections.

Earlier, Moscow had repeatedly refuted the relevant US allegations, saying that these allegations were baseless.

  According to the report, Peskov said: “Know that the hostility and unpredictability of the US action requires us to prepare for the worst. That is to say, when your conversation partner is aggressive and unpredictable, you naturally Also in a state of mobilization at all times."

  Peskov also said that Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov's previous criticism of the US's line with Russia hit the nail on the head.

During his visit to Kazakhstan, Lavrov stated that the US sanctions policy against Russia has no effect and that this approach will not work.

  According to previous media reports, the US intelligence agency issued a report on March 16 stating that Russia supported Trump during the 2020 US presidential election and suppressed the Biden campaign team.

Peskov stated on March 17 that the United States' accusation of Russia's interference in the 2020 U.S. election is groundless and unproven.

On the same day, when US President Biden was asked whether he thought Russian President Putin was a "killer," he answered in the affirmative.

Immediately aroused a strong reaction from the Russian side.

  The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on March 17 that it would recall the Russian ambassador to the United States Antonov to discuss the prospects of Russia-US relations.

Antonov said at the meeting of the International Affairs Committee of the Russian Federation Council at the end of March that Russia-US relations are currently facing the deepest crisis, but Moscow has been working hard to establish a pragmatic dialogue.