Relations and dialogue with the United States should continue, Russia

ISLAMABAD, June 16 (Alliance News): The Kremlin has said that despite the tense situation and tensions caused by Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine, it is important to maintain contacts and dialogue with the United States.

According to foreign Media, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in a conference call in response to a question from reporters that it was important to maintain dialogue and communication, and that in the future we must continue. Need to talk and discuss.

Continuing his speech, he added that America is not going anywhere, Europe is not going anywhere, so we have to talk to them somehow.

Relations between Russia and the West are at their worst since the end of the Cold War, with Moscow sending thousands of troops to fight in what Ukraine calls a “special military operation.”

Western nations have responded to Russia’s move to impose war on Ukraine by imposing unprecedented sanctions on Russia, while US President Joe Biden has vowed to make Russian President Vladimir Putin a global outcast. Had expressed

Russia, on the other hand, responded to the United States by accusing Washington of waging an economic war.

Dmitry Peskov said that in the current situation, it is not immediately possible for the two countries to return to the special position they call the spirit of the meeting between the US and Russian presidents in Geneva.

By the spirit of Geneva, he refers to the summit meeting between Biden and Vladimir Putin in 2021, during which there was hope for a reduction in some animosity and animosity between the two sides.

Dmitry Peskov added that while it is possible to return to the spirit of Geneva in a situation where there is little hope at the moment, in the current tense situation it is unlikely that we will be able to rethink old hopes.

He added that in the future, communication and dialogue between the world’s largest nuclear powers should be based on mutual respect and mutual benefit, but no progress has been made on the global horizon in the recent past.


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