Kremlin threatens to send “nasty” signals to US ahead of summit

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THE Russia said today that it may send a series of “nasty” signals to United States the following days and how the Washington shows reluctance to discuss all issues at next month’s summit, according to the APE.

The relevant statement was made by the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov one day after the American president Joe Biden said that during their meeting on June 16 he will tell the Russian president Vladimir Putin, that the United States will not allow Russia to violate human rights.

“The Americans should start with the fact that a series of signals they will receive from Moscow in the coming days – I am not talking about the summit in this case, I do not know how it will take place – will be unpleasant for them,” he said. The Ryabkov, “The agendas of the United States and Russia do not coincide, but we have traditionally been prepared to respond to any issues raised by the United States.”

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