26 February 2020

Bolton's resignation won't change Russian stance

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US President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that he had asked John Bolton to resign due to disagreements between him and the national security advisor. reports citing foreign media that Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov has stated that ties between Washington and Moscow haven’t changed since Trump's advisor Bolton stepped down, stressing that reshuffles in a US administration usually do not tend to normalize relations with Russia.

Bolton, known as a hawk in the Trump administration, left the White House amid reports that he had major disagreements with the US president over an invitation to the Taliban for peace talks. Trump later rejected those reports calling them fake.

Commenting on the advisor's resignation, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stated that the country's foreign policy would not change.

2019.09.11 / 10:38
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