McCain insults to Putin and Lavrov considered a good sign for Russia

John McCain

Offensive statements by us Senator John McCain to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin and foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov indicate its uncertainty. This opinion in an interview with RIA Novosti expressed by first Deputy Chairman of the Duma Committee on international Affairs Dmitry Novikov on Monday, may 22.

The MP stressed that McCain is a “old party of the cold war” and “spooky Russophobe”, so such statements are not something extraordinary. “However, the fact that he these things breaks, means that he feels insecure, and such attacks are a good indicator for Russian diplomacy,” — said the MP.

The statements of the American senators demonstrated, “to what degree” can raise the level of Russophobia in the United States, said in turn the head of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Konstantin Kosachev. “However, it appears that McCain’s position is not “average temperature on chamber”, and the hottest. If not feverish,” said he.

Earlier Monday, official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova expressed the opinion that McCain long ago is just a pity.

May 21, Senator from the Republican party said that Sergey Lavrov, “have nothing to do in the oval office” the White house. McCain also accused the Russian President in the use of precision-guided weapons for strikes on the Syrian hospitals.