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Nuland’s Moscow Trip Ends with Disagreement on All issues, Russia Considers Freezing Relations with US

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Nuland’s Moscow Trip Ends with Disagreement on All issues, Russia Considers Freezing Relations with US
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Meeting with Nuland produced ‘some measured results’ but American ‘ultimatums’ still a problem, Russian deputy FM tells RT — RT Russia & Former Soviet Union

Meeting with Nuland produced ‘some measured results’ but American ‘ultimatums’ still a problem, Russian deputy FM tells RT

Talks with US diplomat Victoria Nuland led to some progress, but Washington’s insistence on impossible embassy staffing levels remains an obstacle in relations with Moscow, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov has said. Ryabkov spoke to RT on Wednesday, after meeting with the US deputy secretary of state.

Biden’s bid to woo Moscow shows US is tired of conflict with Russia over Ukraine, and is more worried about war with China instead — RT Russia & Former Soviet Union

Biden’s bid to woo Moscow shows US is tired of conflict with Russia over Ukraine, and is more worried about war with China instead

Victoria Nuland, US President Joe Biden’s envoy for European and Eurasian affairs, is in Moscow as part of an unprecedented, yet highly symbolic, move, with Russia waiving sanctions against her to allow the meeting to go ahead.

Press review: Was Nuland’s Moscow tour productive and Hungary backs Poland in EU standoff

Press review: Was Nuland’s Moscow tour productive and Hungary backs Poland in EU standoff

The much anticipated three-day visit of US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland has concluded and experts say it brought less solutions than expected and even showed that there is room for potential conflict escalation. Nezavisimaya Gazeta writes that the visit is not marked by any important agreements on at least one of the sticking points in Russian-American relations.

Deputy Secretary Sherman’s Meeting with Russian Deputy Prime Minister Overchuk – United States Department of State

Deputy Secretary Sherman’s Meeting with Russian Deputy Prime Minister Overchuk – United States Department of State

The below is attributable to Spokesperson Ned Price: Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman and Under Secretary for Economic Affairs Jose Fernandez met today with Russian Deputy Prime Minister Aleksey Overchuk to reinforce the United States’ commitment to a stable and predictable bilateral relationship. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John F.

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Daniel Martin
Daniel Martin
October 15, 2021

It seems like Washington is lining up diplomatic failures one after another, first China now Russia who’s next …?

Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
Reply to  Daniel Martin
October 16, 2021

The world’s bully doesn’t know how to do diplomacy. It took the path of dropping democracy bombs to win its arguments and people the world over are sick of its “interventions”, which inevitably fail as well.

Franz Beckenbauer
Franz Beckenbauer
October 16, 2021

The U.S. has gone insane. Everybody around the world knows it, maybe with the exception of their poodles jn the U.K. and Australia who have gone equally insane. And the japanese, but they will soon also see the light. Even the clown in Kyiv has realized it after meeting the walking corpse that cannot even read from a teleprompter any more in Washington, basically announcing his imminent stepdown now. Everybody is abandoning them. Turkey, saudi arabia, now even france and with them the EU. When turkey goes, the crazy cowboys will get kicked out ot the middle east completely. May… Read more »

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