The Kremlin said in a statement on Thursday that President Putin had telegraphed to US envoy Joe Biden: “I firmly believe that the agreements reached during the summit in Geneva last June will continue to develop within the framework of development. Contacts, we can move forward and establish the Russian dialogue.” A useful American with mutual respect and consideration for each other’s national interests. “
In his telegram, the Russian President stressed that Russia and the United States, as two nations with a special responsibility for international and regional stability, could work together in a constructive and cooperative manner in the face of the many challenges and threats facing humanity.
Russian President Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has announced that a telephone conversation between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden will take place today at the initiative of the Russian president. Problems identified during the recent talks between the two leaders via video.
Speaking to reporters on Thursday, Peskov stressed that the expected phone call was coming from President Putin’s effort, and that the time was 23:30 pm Moscow time, citing the time difference between the two countries. Late time has not been a problem for the Russian president, especially since he is actively working at this time.
Furthermore, “the purpose of the conversation is clear and to continue to discuss those things that were on the agenda of the last conversation through video,” he pointed out, noting that it was a normal telephone conversation and live news broadcast.
Peskov explained that the phone call discussed a number of issues related to the January 10-12 talks and the continuation of the discussions that began via video conference.
It is noteworthy that the January talks between the two countries were related to the security guarantees that Russia seeks from the United States and NATO.
On the other hand, Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed a New Year’s Eve telegram to British Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Boris Johnson, emphasizing that fostering Russian-British relations on the basis of principles of equality and mutual respect would serve fundamental interests. In two people.
The Kremlin Press Office Today Thursday, the Russian President pointed out in his congratulations to Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Boris Johnson. The development of Russian-British relations based on the principles of equality and mutual respect will serve the fundamental interests of the people of the two countries.
In the telegram, Putin stressed that the development of relations between his country and Great Britain would contribute to strengthening stability and security in Europe and the world in general.
On the eve of the New Year, the Russian President congratulated many world leaders and leaders of international organizations.
In this context, he wished Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Frank-Walter Steinmeier and President Olaf Schulz a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, and hoped that by 2022 the two countries would forge constructive dialogue and mutual cooperation.
Today, Thursday, the Kremlin’s press service – according to the Russian news agency TASS – said Putin “underscores the need for the international community to mobilize efforts to address the many challenges currently facing Europe and the rest of the world.”
In this regard, the President of Russia in 2022 expressed constructive dialogue and mutual cooperation in various fields, in line with the fundamental interests of the Russian and German peoples, which will help to strengthen global stability and security.
On the other hand, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova denied receiving any information from the “Taliban” movement about the intention to send an ambassador to Moscow.
“We have not received any notification from the Afghan authorities about their decision to send an ambassador to Russia,” Zakarova told a news conference on Thursday.
At the moment, nothing is being said about the official recognition of the interim government of Afghanistan.
Jabihullah Mujahid, a spokesman for the “Taliban” movement, recently announced that the movement was about to send an ambassador to Russia.
It is noteworthy that Russian President Vladimir Putin, during his annual press conference on December 23, insisted that the decision to recognize the Taliban government be coordinated. To Afghanistan.
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