Vladimir Putin and Donald Truephoto: Kevin Lamarque / Reuters
The situation with the information that Russia allegedly offered a reward associated with the terrorist Taliban (banned in Russia) militants for the killing of coalition troops in Afghanistan, including U.S. and UK, shows that the American leader Donald trump admires his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. This writes the newspaper Politico, citing representatives of the Democratic party.
The Democrats felt that time trump, according to the Times, was informed about the actions of Russia in February, he kowtowed to Moscow, as has since been repeatedly talked about the need to return to Russia in the G7 and talked with Putin by phone.
The Democratic party need to hold a new briefing and receive data directly from intelligence officers.
Earlier on Tuesday, June 30, for the American leader held a briefing about the alleged Russia’s collusion with the Taliban. The head of state was informed about the data that appeared in open access due to “irresponsible behavior” The New York Times. The newspaper reported that US intelligence intercepted the data on remittances to the Taliban from the Main intelligence Directorate (GRU which is now the Main Directorate of the General staff of the Russian armed forces).
The New York Times on 26 June, citing intelligence reported that Russian military intelligence had secretly offered to pay for the killing of American soldiers. Thus, Moscow allegedly wanted to disrupt the peace negotiations, the U.S. and the Taliban, says the publication. In Russia, accusations are called unfounded. The accuracy of the information was difficult to confirm and various American structures. According to the White house about this situation is not reported neither the US President nor Vice-President Mike Pence.
Russia 2014 was a Big “eight”, but was eliminated from her other band members after the annexation of Crimea. The continued existence in the format of G7. In late may, trump has decided to postpone the summit for the fall and to invite several third-party States, including Russia. Against this decision made by the European Union, Canada and France.
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