NYT announced the victory of the Kremlin on January 10 negotiations with the United States

The talks between Moscow and Washington on January 10 in Geneva proved to be a victory for the Kremlin, because their main topic was the security guarantees that Russia demanded from the United States and NATO. This is stated in an article by The New York Times (NYT).

press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation

“Even without any American concessions, the talks on Monday already represented a kind of victory for the Kremlin, as they brought to the forefront for Washington politicians the issue of NATO expansion, which has long angered Mr Putin,” the publication said (quoted by Vedomosti ).

The American ambassador admitted the failure of the talks between Russia and the United States

An expert on Russia, Kadri Liik, told the publication that the decision to continue negotiations on the terms set by the United States would be made by Russian leader Vladimir Putin. At the moment, the Kremlin is engaged in “flexible positions” that can allow different decisions to be made. She also noted that the United States has seriously prepared for the negotiations. This, in her opinion, was an important signal for Moscow.

We will remind, on December 17, Russia put forward the US and NATO conditions for mutual security guarantees.

Earlier, Znak.com wrote that Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov, after talks with the United States in Geneva on security guarantees, said that the parties could not make progress on the issue of NATO expansion.

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