Former U.S. Secretary of state Henry Kissinger will develop for the elected President of Donald trump’s plan to normalize relations with Russia, writes German tabloid Bild, citing data from the European intelligence services.
Kissinger believes that the establishment of relations with Russia right step amid the rise of China, the article notes. As an experienced negotiator and one of the few Americans who met frequently with Russian President Vladimir Putin, he will become a mediator between Moscow and Washington.
“According to a European intelligence analysis, which is based on the information from the team trump, the new President of the United States seeks to withdraw Russia sanctions “on the advice of Kissinger,” writes the newspaper.
In addition, Kissinger allegedly advised “to give” Russia a sphere of influence in former Soviet republics.
The Ukrainian question, according to Bild, are expected to be resolved in the following way: Moscow offered to give security guarantees to Eastern Ukraine, and the West will have to stop “indignant” over Crimea. The Peninsula will not be officially recognized as Russian territory, but this question will cease to be a problem in relations between the US and Russia, the article says.
Again Crimea became a Russian region on the results of the referendum which the authorities of the Peninsula held after a coup in Ukraine in February 2014. For reunification with Russia spoke 96,77% of voters of the Republic of Crimea and 95.6% of Sevastopol citizens.
Moscow has repeatedly stated that the inhabitants of Crimea democratically in full compliance with international law and the UN Charter voted for reunification with Russia, respecting and accepting this choice, and this decision is a reality to be reckoned with.