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Moscow does not rule out Washington's participation in the Ukrainian settlement


Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov announced that his country does not rule out Washington's participation in the Ukrainian settlement, noting that this depends on who will be appointed as the main coordinator of efforts in this field.

 

Ryabkov said, during an interview with "Al-Hayat Al-Dawla" magazine, the mouthpiece of the Russian Foreign Ministry, today, Tuesday, "This matter depends on who will be appointed for this task from the American side," noting that so far there is no clarity in this regard and the summit in Geneva There are no final touches between the Russian and American presidents on this subject.

 

"We are not ruling out anything, and it all depends on whether the Americans will be able to form a more comprehensive, objective, sober, calm and responsible approach to everything that is happening in the Donbass and around Ukraine as a whole," he added.

 

"We do not see any desire to take our approaches and assessments into account, and of course with such a situation it is difficult to imagine a constructive US contribution to work on the issue of the Ukrainian settlement," Ryabkov added, noting that there may be different options.

 

On the other hand, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said that his country hopes that the "deep state" in the United States will not underestimate the results of the Geneva summit, and that there will not be a review of agreements between the Russian and American presidents.

 

Ryabkov added in an interview with the "International Life" magazine issued by the Russian Foreign Ministry today, Tuesday, "The level of expectations before the summit in many capitals was high and exceeded what the parties could achieve, given the distance between them on many issues."

 

"However, in my view, the summit passed successfully and with results that we hope will be able to continue, and the so-called "deep state" in the United States will not turn these results into nothing, as unfortunately happened in the past under the Trump administration," he added. Considering that there is an opportunity to settle relations with Washington, noting that missing this opportunity is unforgivable.

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