Bloomberg reveals content of US response on security guarantees


The United States intends to respond to Russia's proposals on security guarantees to indicate areas where it can respond to concerns RF. Bloomberg reports this with reference to an EU official who asked not to be named.

According to the agency, the States will coordinate their response with the EU and NATO. The answer is unlikely to be a detailed discussion of Russia's demands, but will outline areas where allies can address Russia's concerns. It will also list the actions of Russia that cause concern among the allies.

Recall that on December 17, the Russian Foreign Ministry published draft agreements on security guarantees that are expected from the US and NATO. In particular, it is proposed that the alliance refuse to expand to the east and not accept Ukraine.

Earlier, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that Moscow was waiting for written answers to the proposals after negotiations between the Russian Federation and the United States with their allies. After that, there will be a “final analysis”. Prior to this, Peskov said that the negotiations on security guarantees with the United States, and then with NATO, were unsuccessful. He stressed that “differences have been recorded on the fundamental issues of consultations between the Russian Federation, the United States and NATO in Geneva and Brussels.”


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