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Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said that Moscow is ready to break off diplomatic relations with Russia. USA if Washington finally declares them a state sponsor of terrorism.
U.S. authorities announced last week that they were exploring the possibility of designating Russia as such, in another step in the sanctions imposed on the nation led by Vladimir Putin for invading neighboring Ukraine.
Per Zakharovalegislators have already approved all “existing sanctions” against Russia and they confirmed they were “ineffective” overall, with what now appears to be a bet on “more powerful weapons,” according to the Russian TASS news agency.
“We are ready for any development of the situation, and if Washington decides to completely stop interaction with Moscow, we will survive,” the press secretary of Russian diplomacy warned, pointing out that if Washington takes this step, there will be a “point of no return.” “As for relationships.
In late July, the US Senate passed a resolution calling on the State Department to recognize Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism, in line with earlier requirements put forward by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
They accuse the US of wanting to “destabilize the world”
Russia has accused the United States of “destabilizing the world” by stoking tensions over Taiwan, where a possible visit by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has angered China.
“Washington is destabilizing the world. Over the past decades, not a single conflict has been resolved, but several have been provoked, ”Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zayarova said on Telegram.
These statements came after China’s warnings against Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan, which he considers part of his territory.
This week, Pelosi made a tour of several Asian countries, during which she has already visited Singapore, and on Tuesday she is in Malaysia. His itinerary includes stops in South Korea and Japan, but the prospect of a visit to Taiwan continues to attract attention.
White House: There are no violations with the visit of Nancy Pelosi
The White House assured that “there are no violations or problems of sovereignty” with the visit of the President of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan.
White House National Security Council communications coordinator John Kirby told CNN that his country does not support Taiwan independence and that Pelosi’s visit only “confirms the one-China policy” advocated by Beijing.
Kirby wanted to downplay the importance of the trip and reiterated that other US Congressional leaders had visited the island in the past: “I would add that the former president of the lower house did so now, about 20 or 25 years ago.
(As reported by Europe Press)
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