Blinken called some of Russia's security requirements impracticable

“Part of the strategy I & nbsp; think: put forward a list of absolutely impossible requirements and & nbsp; declare that & nbsp; the other party does not & nbsp; work together, and & nbsp; use it as a kind of excuse for aggressive action, & nbsp; & mdash; Blinken told reporters.

According to & nbsp; he said, RF & nbsp; knows what requirements cannot be met, but & nbsp; knows & nbsp; about & nbsp; areas where dialogue can be.

On & nbsp; ; next week, Russia and & nbsp; the United States will hold in Geneva another round of dialogue on & nbsp; strategic stability, after which a meeting of the NATO-Russia Council will take place in Brussels, and & nbsp; in & nbsp; Vienna & nbsp; & mdash; consultations on the & nbsp; platform of the Organization for & nbsp; Security and & nbsp; Cooperation in & nbsp; Europe.

At the & nbsp; end of 2021, Russia published draft agreements with the & nbsp; USA and & nbsp; NATO agreements on & nbsp; security guarantees. Moscow, in & nbsp; in particular, requires its Western partners to provide legal guarantees of refusal to & nbsp; further NATO expansion to the & nbsp; east, from & nbsp; joining the & nbsp; bloc of Ukraine and & nbsp; from & nbsp; creation of military bases in & nbsp; post-Soviet countries.



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