Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia February 17, 2022 (Translated from Russian by Yandex)February 17, 2022
On February 17 of this year, US Ambassador J. P. was invited to the Russian Foreign Ministry.Sullivan was given the following reaction to the previously received American response on the Russian draft treaty between the Russian Federation and the United States of America on security guarantees:
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Recently, the German tabloid Bild released a map, purporting to depict plans of Russia’s General Staff for (finally) invading Ukraine, which Russia has failed to do since 2014 despite countless predictions to the contrary.
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Translated from Russian by Google. Original article is here.
The supply of weapons to Kiev from the United States and Britain is just the tip of the iceberg called “preparation for war with Russia.” Its invisible part – military bases, sabotage and cyber centers of information and psychological attacks
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg arrogantly denied Moscow the right to have its own sphere of influence and be against the entry of its neighbors into the North Atlantic Alliance. “Russia has no say in this matter, and it has no right to establish a sphere of influence by trying to control its neighbors,” he announced. But then he suddenly became emotional: “It’s a pity that Russia closed NATO offices in Moscow … We are ready to discuss sensitive issues. Including across Ukraine “.
In fact, NATO members interpret “sensitive issues on Ukraine” in their own way.
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