“Our comments cannot be said to have been taken into account, nor have we been shown to be willing to keep our views in mind,” Peskov told reporters.
According to Pesco, the US response, along with NATO allies, is now in the hands of President Vladimir Putin.
– Do not make hasty decisions, it will take time to analyze, he said.
According to Pesco, Russia has demanded that the response documents be kept secret, but he believes most of the content has been leaked by Western countries, saying it was “not worth it”.
Lavrov: The most important thing is missing
The only thing that has come out so far is what US Secretary of State Anthony Blingen said on Wednesday, in a written response to Russia, demanding Ukraine’s independence and the right to choose its own allies, while at the same time being a “possible diplomatic path”.
According to Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Russia’s main concerns – Ukraine could probably join NATO – have not been taken into account, but the possibility of progress on other issues.
“There is no positive response to the main issue … but there is an answer that gives hope for the start of a serious debate on secondary issues,” Lavrov’s statement said.
China is in talks with the United States
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said in a telephone conversation with US Secretary of State Anthony Blingen that Russia’s “legitimate security concerns must be taken seriously and resolved,” the Chinese Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
The conversation was mainly about the crisis around Ukraine, and Wang Yi was quoted as saying that “regional security cannot be guaranteed even by strengthening or expanding military bases.”
Washington reports that US Secretary of State Anthony Blingen told Wang Yi that Russia’s aggression against Ukraine threatens world security and the world economy.
“Minister Blingen pointed out the global security risks and economic risks posed by further Russian occupation of Ukraine, and that layoffs and diplomacy are the only way forward,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Netflix said after the speech.
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