US State Department assessed Russia's proposals on security guarantees

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According to Price, Moscow has outlined points that worry it, but & nbsp; Washington has its own reasons for & nbsp; concern. The spokesman for the State Department said that & nbsp; any dialogue and & nbsp; diplomacy should be based on & nbsp; principles of reciprocity. “They must respond to & nbsp; our concerns about Russian activities,” & nbsp; & mdash; concluded & nbsp; he.

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20 & nbsp; December 20 & nbsp; Assistants to the Presidents of Russia and & nbsp; USA Yuri Ushakov and & nbsp; Jayke & nbsp; Sullivan had a phone call to & nbsp; during which they discussed security guarantees.



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