Russia is ready to negotiate with the US. “Broad and inclusive of the Ukraine issue”

“And“We are ready for dialogue, but we are ready for a broad and comprehensive dialogue that addresses all issues, including the current issue related to the conflict in Ukraine and direct US intervention,” he said in a statement to Russian press.

Peskov recalled that Russian President Vladimir Putin has already mentioned the possibilities of dialogue with the United States (US), “but only if it is comprehensive”.

The spokesperson argued that some specific issues cannot be isolated from the general cumulative issues.

However, he stressed: “There is a greater need for dialogue in general, and it is necessary, because the problems are piling up, and there are many problems in the global security framework.”

Peskov was commenting on recent statements from the US National Security Council to the Russian agency Sputnik, in which he indicated that his country is ready to discuss the issues of nuclear disarmament and renewal of the START Treaty.

“Russia categorically rejected our proposals, citing the United States’ continued support for Ukraine. We are open to dialogue with Russia on the nuclear threat and arms control, and do not link these discussions to Ukraine,” the North American said.

“It is clear that those who make these statements do not even bother to carefully read the words of the Russian president,” concluded Peskov.

For his part, former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, known for his extreme statements, said on the Telegram platform today that negotiations between Moscow and Washington “are possible only after arming the Ukrainian regime and preventing it.” Entry into NATO”.

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Otherwise, Dmitry Medvedev, the current deputy head of Russia’s Security Council, has threatened to repeat the era of the 1950s and 1960s, “the total mania of building ‘bunkers’ against Russian bombs and missiles.”

Not only did the US provide weapons to the Russian military to fight on Ukrainian territory, it also allowed US weapons to be used against military targets in Russian border areas.

In February 2023, Russia blocked compliance with New START, or START III, the last nuclear disarmament treaty with the United States, which expires in 2026, and threatened to resume nuclear testing if Washington did the same.

Moscow has previously banned the United States from testing its nuclear weapons, citing difficulties in doing so in the United States due to Western sanctions.

The Russian military offensive on Ukrainian territory, launched on February 24, 2022, has plunged Europe into what is considered the worst security crisis since World War II (1939-1945).

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