Washington The US government signaled in January that it was ready for talks on a Ukraine confrontation with Russia. “We have publicly told the Russian government that we are preparing to meet in early January,” a senior White House official said Thursday.
The date or place for these talks has not yet been determined. “The United States has been ready to act diplomatically through a number of channels since the beginning of January,” it said. This also applies to both bilateral and multilateral positions.
White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki did not want to confirm a definitive meeting in January. “We have not finalized the details yet,” he said. However, in general, there is an option in the United States. At his traditional press conference in Moscow at the end of the year, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced early talks with the United States in January.
Putin, who has spoken with several NATO heads of state and government this month, said: “We have seen a positive response so far.
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“We will never agree to certain things,” the senior official said. “I think the Russians may have known it to some degree.” The talks will certainly address the concerns of European allies as well.
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