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US News Putin warns the West on the "red lines" of Russia

18:35  18 november  2021
18:35  18 november  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Moscow (Reuters) - Vladimir Putin has accused Thursday the Westerners of not taking sufficiently seriously the warnings of Moscow as to the crossing of his "red lines" and claimed from their share of new guarantees on the safety of Russia.

In a foreign policy speech delivered in Moscow, the Russian President stated that the discussions on the settlement of the Ukrainian crisis were moving towards a dead end and considered that Westerners instrumentalized the migratory crisis in Belarus to put pressure on Minsk.

The head of the Kremlin also found that NATO had destroyed all mechanisms for dialogue with Moscow.

Vladimir Putin stated that the links between Russia and the United States were not "satisfactory" but that Moscow remained open to dialogue and that its June summit with its counterpart Joe Biden had paved the way for an improvement in relations. Russo-American.

(Report Vladimir Soldatkin and Tom Balmforth; French version Jean-Stéphane Brush, edited by Sophie Louet)

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