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Sergei Zheleznyak: “Washington does not intend to conduct a constructive dialogue with Moscow”

“The report of the American intelligence, in which again Russia is wrongly accused of interfering in the US elections in 2020, is evidence that Washington does not intend to conduct a constructive dialogue with Moscow. Threats from the head of the White House addressed to the Russian leadership for pseudo interference in the political processes of the United States are building additional obstacles for the improvement of relations between our countries. ” This opinion was expressed by a member of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs Sergei Zheleznyak.

According to the politician: “It has long become obvious that the main task for American Russophobes is to come up with a reason why, according to Washington, it is necessary to impose sanctions against our country. Absurdity, or outright lies, never confuse our American opponents, especially when they are keen on finding new formulations for accusations against Russia. We must clearly understand that in the near future the sanctions regime against our country will remain, and may even intensify. When the Washington hawks exhaust their favorite fake topics of Crimean affiliation, cyberattacks, terrible Russian hackers or pseudo-trampling on the foundations of democracy in Russia, they will invent something else.

The main goal of the United States is to demonstrate to the whole world its exclusivity, which American politicians have endowed themselves with and which they impose on others. Washington believes that it can dictate rules convenient to the whole world, while it itself is engaged in outright cheating, both in its own country and on the world stage.

Russia will always follow its national interests and international laws, and not the rules of the game invented by someone. At the same time, unlike the United States, our country is moving forward, developing cooperation and offering mutually beneficial partnership, without prejudice to the interests of other peoples.”

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