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USA Stopped Interacting With Russia on Information Security


The American authorities unilaterally stopped interacting with the Kremlin on the topic of discussing information security issues, as reported by Deputy Secretary of the Russian Security Council, Oleg Khramov, on May 18, 2022.  “The White House predictably unilaterally stopped interacting with the Kremlin and refused to further discuss information security issues,” Khramov said. He also

NATO Waging Proxy War With Russia – Country’s Official Says


During Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine, the Russian military discovered documents, which show that concrete plans existed to carry out strikes against Russia from Ukrainian territory, according to the Russia’s deputy permanent representative to the UN, Dmitry Polyanskiy.  “It is obvious right now that we are having a proxy war with NATO, so NATO

US Tries to Exclude Russia From UN Security Council


The US asks the UN General Assembly to exclude Russia from the Human Rights Council. This was reported by Reuters with reference to the country’s permanent representative to the UN, Linda Thomas-Greenfield.  The step was taken after Ukraine accused Russian troops of the alleged “killing dozens of civilians in the city of Bucha near Kiev.”

Russia Sent US Response on Security Proposals


Today, on February 17, Russia sent a letter to the US with a response to Washington’s proposals on security guarantees. This was stated today at a press conference by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.  On February 17, 2022, the US Ambassador, John Sullivan, invited to the Russian Foreign Ministry, was given the following reaction to

Washington Asked Russia Keep Secret US Response on Security Guarantees


US officials have asked their Russian colleagues not to publish Washington’s written response to Moscow’s proposal on security guarantees, as reported by The Washington Post. However, according to the paper, “a senior State Department official acknowledged that the Kremlin may decide to publish it after the US sends it next week.”  The US Department of