Deputy Foreign Minister Ryabkov: The situation in relations between the Russian Federation and the USA remains problematic and difficult 00:52

Sergei Ryabkov, Deputy Head of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that relations between Russia and the United States continue to be problematic and difficult. He said this in an interview he gave to the newspaper. “News”.

As the diplomat said, there are problems with the resumption of inspections of nuclear facilities, including the travel regime for inspectors, the exchange of prisoners between countries, certification for COVID and PCR tests, sanctions on Russian organizations, as well as a reduction. In the number of Russian diplomatic personnel in the United States.

According to him, there is only a spatial signal exchange between Moscow and Washington.

“As long as there is only imitation, there is only the exchange of certain positional signals, but no search for solutions. Unfortunately, we have not reached this point and the situation is problematic and difficult,” he said.

The Deputy Foreign Minister emphasized that everything should be taken into account and that the situation is “just like this”.

Former US Assistant Secretary of State Wendy Sherman expression He expressed hope for a return to stability in relations with Russia, but said that this is unlikely to happen anytime soon.

Source: Gazeta


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